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Christmas is right around the corner and I’m sure more than a few people wouldn’t mind a few extra dollars in their pockets. If you’re like me than you would love to give your family and friends gifts they’re going to enjoy for Christmas. If you’re tight on funds though this extra expense can be a burden, so what I like to do is make a little extra money during the holiday months that I use specifically to fund my holiday festivities. One great piece of news is a lot of us already have skills that could translate into extra income that we haven’t explored yet. Also with the rise in popularity of the internet just having a computer with internet access gives you a vast amount of extra money making opportunities. Now let’s go onto the 15 Ways you can pay for your holidays.
So…I saw your tweet. You’re “bored”? I am…absolutely floored. Hopelessly lost in admiration! You are everything I aspire to be.
Sarcasm – a mocking or ironic remark (American Heritage Dictionary) Irony – the use of words to convey the opposite of their literal meaning (American Heritage Dictionary) Sarcasm is a large component of social interaction and conversation. To demonstrate a sense of humor, people frequently use sarcasm as a means of “breaking the ice” during initial encounters with others.
photo/post/graphic design: Kristin Ess One of my all time favorite hairstyles for a wedding or for red carpet is the most super simple chic chignon (say that 3 times fast!). In this tutorial we show future brides and bridesmaids alike how to keep their hair out of the way while maintaining a timeless, classic look for any event.
Thank you for visiting Little House in the Suburbs. Please subscribe and you'll get great simple living tips and how-to articles delivered to your inbox, for free! In the DIY world of home health and beauty products, deodorant seems to be the the most feared replacement.
On episode five of Lifehacker, we're turning to the dark side, focusing on "evil" hacks for cracking Windows passwords, padlock combinations, Wi-Fi passwords, and a whole lot more. Knowledge is power, and it's up to you to decide how to use it. Be safe out there! On this week's episode, we're taking a look at: We've been incorporating more original video with our posts in the past year, but the Lifehacker show represents a fun new supplement to the site.
Last Updated: 3/21/2013 00:58 PST Have you ever heard of "Penny Auctions?" They’re a new online auction model that is becoming hugely popular. Penny auctions allow individuals to do just what the name implies--buy new, popular products for just pennies on the dollar. One of the most interesting and successful companies offering penny auctions is called QuiBids .
My daughter is always boooooorrrrrreeeeeddddd during the summer months. We sat down the other day and came up with a list of activities that would help keep her entertained. Here is what we came up with. Please feel free to leave additional suggestions in the comments. I would love to hear from you 1.
Hi everyone! Today I decided to finally to post about the subject I get most questions about: How I paint my nails. I know a lot of you would love to see a video, but unfortunately my camera is only capable of producing the crappiest, pixelated movies ever. Add my camera-shyness in the mix and it's just a recipe for failure. Instead of making a fool out of myself on camera, I drew some pictures last week to explain my way of painting my nails. I also know a lot of you already paint your nails perfectly, so this one goes out for everyone that just doesn't know where to begin.
From as early as the 1880s to as late as the 1970s, college freshman at the nation's elite institutions were asked to strip naked as part of their freshman orientation and have "posture pictures" taken. Here's the story behind these pictures. From: "The Great Ivy League Nude Posture Photo Scandal: How scientists coaxed America's best and brightest out of their clothes." The New York Times Magazine (Jan. 15, 1995) By Ron Rosenbaum
Posted on November 9, 2011 | 8 Comments I wasn't sure if I should buy the Urban Decay 15 Year Anniversary Palette at first, since I'm very much content with my Naked Palette . However, I was sold after swatching Junkshow (bright pink with fuchsia shift) and Deep End (bright teal shimmer) -- they're gorgeous (and the other colors are nice too)! Here's my first look using this palette, featuring Junkshow and Deep End as pops of colors to this otherwise neutral look. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Sweat shields (also called dress shields , sweat guards , garment shields , or armpit sweat pads ) can be an excessive sweater’s best friend. This article will teach you all about sweat shields. You’ll learn stuff like 1) where to get the best ones, 2) why you may want to use them, and finally, 3) how to use them. Where to Get the Best Sweat Guard? There are several providers of armpit sweat solutions that will likely get the job done.
404, File Not Found, Where did the old content go? Thank you for your interest in webcast.berkeley. Please note that we launched a new site on June 30, 2011. As part of the launch, much of our back catalog of courses that we were unable to migrate out of a proprietary format which we no longer support are now unavailable. More information on the new site is available in our announcement: http://webcast.berkeley.edu/info#news,2949
The Einstein Quiz: See if you are among the top 2% of people in the world. Albert Einstein created this quiz, stating that 98% of people in the world could not solve it. You will be presented with a list of facts, followed by a list of clues that will help you reach the objective at the end of this quiz.