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10 Tips For Preparing For Your Next Exam by John Daye
... You should have your study tools handy – you need writing paper, note cards (like index cards), pens, markers / highlighters, colored pencils, yellow sticky notes, a small dictionary, calculator, and a folder to keep your papers organized. 3. Get a tutor or study buddy when possible, and be one yourself (you can often learn by teaching!) 4. Review your notes from class/books and rewrite them, clearing up any points necessary and reinforcing them.

Empirical Poker Calculators and How they do Your Job at the Poker Table by Marty Smith
... In fact, pick up any sound poker book or “how to win at poker” training material and all say the same thing one way or another – pay attention to your table, watch for betting patterns, watch for position plays, take notes, determine if is he tight, or if she is loose/aggressive… and so on. But even if you are supposed to do that, there are still three big reasons why you need an empirical poker calculator (EPC) to do it for you. 1- There are just too many distractions at home when playing ...

Getting Your Kids Organized for School in 5 Quick Steps by Sara Pedersen
... computer lists (or even PDAs) for techie kids. When they learn of upcoming assignments, tests, or events, they should write them down in their planners. 5. Encourage color coding. Color affects our mood and memory. Let kids pick the colors of their folders and notebooks to correspond to different classes. If green reminds them of science, then they’ll know instantly to grab the green notebook when looking for their science notes. Copyright 2005 Time to Organize. All rights reserved.

The Diet Bore by Virginia Bola, PsyD
... She causes more of us to fall of our diets than Ronald McDonald and Colonel Sanders combined because she makes the whole concept of losing weight so damned boring that we don't want anything to do with it. As we happily pig out on our spaghetti and meat balls (with garlic toast), we can take comfort in noting that the diet bore, despite the breadth of her knowledge and her too public weight control efforts, is always a little heavier than she should be. Maybe she bores herself too?

Making the Most of Your Hair Salon Visit by Adeea Rogers
... Here are some suggestions:11 activities you can do while at the salon:Write thank you notes or other handwritten correspondenceListen to music, inspirational messages or books on CD, iPod or on an MP3 playerPlan your week, weekend, a trip, an event, etc. Make phone callsWriteRead books and/or magazines (that you bring)Balance checkbookClean purse or walletOrganize receiptsClip and organize couponsGive yourself a mini-manicure or freshen your top coatTry these techniques for one salon visit; ...

Fives Paths to $100,000 Per Way Part 1: Gidget's Way by Sean Farrington
... Editor’s Note: Last we heard Gidget is doing well, she has given up the Twinkies and peanut butter all together and has plans to record a new CD this year called “Sugar Coated Java Beans.” As you can see that though Gidget’s business strategy is very lopsided, it is well within the realm of reality to book 3 gigs per week. Anyone who has the ability to grasp some simple booking tools and techniques should be able to do this as a minimum. Plus with only minor increases in crowd sizes, ...

How To Organize An ADHD Child by Kayla Fay
... give each child a drawer, and put everything for the next day in it - notes, clothes, backpacks, sports equipment, homework, lunch money. In the morning, grab and go. 9. Dump the equipment. No, don't get RID of it. Just put a container next to your entry for everything your child needs for those extra curricular activities - uniforms, sports equipment and balls, props, pom poms, and that pocket knife from Scouts. (Especially that pocket knife) Have your child put the items in the container ...

5 Paths To $100,000 Per Year Part 2: Fast Freddie's Way by Sean Farrington
... Freddie rubbed his eyes and saw that he had brought in a grand total $100,975! Not to shabby for a guy with no sales skills and a light booking schedule. Editors Note: As an update to Freddie’s progress, he has recently avowed to read more on booking and promotions and see if he might get a few more gigs and bump up his average crowd size a bit. We think this recent surge in motivation is due to the custom rebuilt Ford F-150 he has his eye on, and a pretty girl name Felina. But were not sure.

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