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by linkin on 6/28/2013 8:12:15 PM
MOD MOD MOD My best friend and I have planned on opening a babysitting business at our pool for the last couple of summers, but she never wants to help me start it. My BGF was helping me with a little boy I was babysitting and suggested we start a business together. He's real into it and so am I, but I feel like my friend will be mad if I start a business without her. What should I do?
Hey chica, glad to know that you and your best friend are thinking about making some well earned cash! Entering a business with a friend is always tricky. Before you go ahead on your own, tell her your concern flat out. If she doesn't start helping out after that, then you will have to let her know in a mature manner that you are going to have to cut her lose. Hope that helped. xx
by Peetaluvr989 on 6/28/2013 1:10:10 PM
Mod mod mod So I was just invited to my friends slumber party and I really want to go but I'm not really good at sleeping at other peoples houses. I can sleep in a hotel with my cousin and grandma just fine. Do you have any tips on how to stay overnight without getting freaked out??
Hey chica, what exactly freaks you out? If you're uncomfortable then go for the party, but ask that your parents pick you up late so you get to sleep at your own house for the night. But keep in mind that at slumber parties, guests usually don't really sleep. It's a girl's night, so you guys will probably be up all night talking and watching movies in any case. It's more of a party than a slumber! Overcome your fears and make sure you're always comfortable, if not, let your parents know!
by westywest220 on 6/28/2013 11:57:45 AM
i want to try a summer camp! in my backyard or at a park???
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