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Vargulf February 7th 2014 06:03 AM
Making Poetry An Art By Holly (Algernon) 1. Write as though you are appealing to the five senses. Taste, touch, smell, sight, and hearing. This is a great way to convey to the reader the very essence of your poetry. People understand when you are directing your words to their "vulnerable" zones. When you are speaking to your lover, you try and use words to describe how they taste and how they look. It's alluring. The same goes for poetry. If you can seduce someone with your words, they will...
Vargulf February 7th 2014 05:48 AM
Acing the New Year By Robin (PSY) It's February, which means we are one month into the new year! It also means that many of us have already given up on our New Year's resolutions. Why are some resolutions harder to keep than others? One reason may be that we lack the motivation to develop better habits. It's easy to eat healthier for a few days, but what about after a few weeks or months? Another reason may be that we simply don't know how to stick to our resolutions. You may want to become...
Vargulf February 2nd 2014 04:53 AM
Effectively managing money By Jenny (coolkid98) Managing money sounds straightforward, but it can actually be quite challenging. It can be hard to know how much to save, how to budget for unexpected costs and how to avoid the temptation to spend savings on unnecessary items. It's important to have some money saved as sometimes extra cash may be needed for emergency repairs or necessities. This article gives a few easy tips for keeping on top of your finances, and ensuring you don't...
Vargulf June 1st 2013 01:10 PM
The most important aspect of any relationship By Chris (Chris.) What do you think is the most important aspect of any relationship? This is a hard question, and one I took a great deal of time to research, and to bring to a conclusion. Most answers consisted of the following: love, trust, listening, and giving. Those are all great ideas, but there is a bigger idea behind all those: communication. You canít love someone if you havenít communicated with them at some point in time. You canít...
Vargulf March 12th 2013 01:29 AM
A guide to writing poetry by Maria (Gidig) Writing anything, especially a poem, can be a difficult but rewarding process. This process can take minutes, hours, months, and even years to complete. You may write a poem that you dislike and never look at again. On the other hand, you might write a poem you like so much, you edit and change until it you find it perfect in your eyes. Whatever the case may be, here are some suggestions about how to write your best! Get in the mood. Getting in...
Rob August 4th 2012 05:03 PM
Preparing for a school dance By Lyndsee (Heartlines.) School dances are a huge part of high school. They're a fun, safe way to hang out with friends and enjoy yourself. However, dances can be really hard to prepare for, harder than one may think! Many people tend to scramble at the last minute to find the perfect outfit, a great date, and make plans. Throughout this article, you'll learn tips and tricks that will aid in preparing for the perfect school dance. Many people think that...
Rob April 1st 2012 10:48 AM
Effective communication By Lyndsee (Willow.) I know that many of you have a hard time communicating with others, whether it's with a parent, a boyfriend/girlfriend, friend, or even a teacher. There is an acronym that can be used as a guide to communicate - DEAR MAN. Iíve found this to be very helpful in the past, and I think you might find this helpful as well! So, what does DEAR MAN stand for? Describe, Express, Assert, Reinforce, Mindful, Appear confident, Negotiate Now that...
Mel September 8th 2010 01:38 AM
Article featured in Avatar - Volume 4, Issue 2 (August 2010). Catch Phrase By Amy (Ronald Weasley) Catch Phrase is a simple game that can be played anywhere, anytime, with almost anyone (ages 12 and up)! If you're headed to the beach, at a slumber party, or waiting in the airport, this is a game for you! The small disc is electronic and easily portable with no loose parts that can get lost. I think it's time for a small explanation of how this game actually works. First, you'll...
Mel September 7th 2010 04:17 AM
Article featured in Avatar - Volume 4, Issue 1 (July 2010). The Game of Scattergories by Amy (Ronald Weasley) Sometimes we all forget how much fun it can be to round up a bunch of friends and have a good laugh together, while enjoying games such as checkers, Monopoly or Sorry! In light of remembering the fun and the classic games that we all used to love or those that may have not been so popular, each month we'll be discussing a fun game and what it's all about. This month,...
Mel September 7th 2010 04:07 AM
Article featured in Avatar - Volume 4, Issue 1 (July 2010). Redecorating your space by Cheyenne (Desert) At some point in time everyone feels the need to change their ďspaceĒ around. Whether itís for aesthetic reasons or merely just because a change is due, redecorating is always a big choice! If youíre looking to redecorate any of your spaces right now, worry not! There are a few things you can decide on right now to help make redecorating go smoothly.




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