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TeenHelp September 14th 2016 06:42 PM

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Creative ways to deal with writer's block By Cassie (Cassado) Writer's block is when a writer feels like they cannot write a new piece or continue something they're already working on. It can be discouraging, frustrating, and for many, a lengthy process that leaves writers feeling like their writing may never continue. This article will talk about a few ways for you to exercise your mind while on the journey to beat writer's block. Everyone's writing process is different, so what works for...
TeenHelp July 12th 2016 09:08 PM
Recycling crayons By Cassie (Cassado) Crayons are popular with people of all ages. Children, teens, and adults use them for coloring books, canvases, and projects of all kinds. The possibilities and color combinations are endless. Crayons can be fragile and easily broken if you grip them too hard when you’re lost in the creative process. Broken crayons are often unused and put in the trashcan or discarded in a junk drawer. However, crayons can be reused to add even more color or...
TeenHelp July 12th 2016 09:05 PM
Effective ways to organize rooms By Chantal (Atropos) We all have moments when we realize our home isn't very organized or it's very cluttered. It's important to have an organized space to work and live in, as having a cluttered and messy space can affect how we see things and can reduce our motivation. Here are a few tips and tricks for each room to keep them clutter free and organized. Living room: Have a book shelf or CD rack to place your favourite movies and CDs so you have...
TeenHelp May 5th 2016 08:27 PM
How to make a rice sock/sack By Chantal (Atropos) We can be green and friendly to the earth by reusing items we already have and turning them into something useful for ourselves. This craft will keep you occupied and allow you to recycle items you already have to make something that can have a variety of health benefits for yourself or others. What is a rice sock or sack? There are many benefits to making a rice sock or sack. Reusing items from your home is one of the many great...
TeenHelp February 6th 2016 09:25 PM
Enjoying Valentine's Day when you're single By Cassie (Cassado) and Haley (Halcyon) Valentine's Day is a highly anticipated day for some, but the complete opposite for others. Many single people struggle with conflicting feelings on Valentine's Day, but they are not alone in their struggles. Luckily, there are many things you can do to help combat the negative feelings you experience around Valentine's Day. Create a plan for the day. Time flies if you're having fun, and ...
TeenHelp September 3rd 2015 06:06 PM
Travelling Abroad By Haley (Halcyon) While travelling abroad can be an amazing experience, it can also be quite stressful. Travelling abroad requires a lot of organisation and planning. Things like insurance, passports, currency, flights, and other factors need to be taken into consideration before travelling. Everything must fall into place to ensure a safe and timely trip. Here are some things to consider while planning your journey. Passports and Visas Before you think about...
TeenHelp August 9th 2015 12:53 PM
Effective Goal-Setting By Jess (i_like_black) Goals are a good thing to have in life. Having something to work towards can help develop a sense of achievement and can also combat symptoms of mental illness. Being aware of a direction builds a sense of purpose, and it is well recognised that having a sense of purpose contributes to a person's longevity. Something that commonly trips people up with goals is that they know what they want to achieve but not how to achieve it. Having a vague...
TeenHelp March 2nd 2015 09:10 PM
The basics of creative writing By Chess ( *~Skittles Martinski~* ) and Dez ( *~Skittlify~* ) Creative writing is an excellent way for you to express thoughts, ideas, and opinions in an interesting and imaginative way. There are many forms of creative writing that you can do depending on your interests, and inspiration can be found in a variety of areas. It is a good way to escape from the formal writing you do at work or in school and instead share your talent! Due to the number of...
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Getting started with volunteering By Harrison (BravestLittleHobbit) and Sammi (Masquerade.) Do you ever find yourself getting bored over the holidays? Being away from school for so long can result in running out of things to do. Sometimes, the holidays seem to drag on, and you find yourself constantly trying to find ways to fill your time. Volunteering for something in your local community can be a great way to kill time, expand your résumé/CV and give back to your community. Besides...



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