Busy, Working Parents --- 22 Ways To Homeschool Your Kids

Written by Joel Turtel


If youíre a single parent or a married couple on a tight budget so that both parents have to work, you may worry about findingrepparttar time and energy to homeschool your children, but it can be done. It comes down to planning and scheduling your time.

Most home-schooling parents teach their children about two to four hours a day and turn out well-educated kids. Sorepparttar 144063 problem is how to squeeze in about ten to twenty hours a week for home-schooling. Here are some suggestions:

1. Can you change your work schedule so that you can work inrepparttar 144064 afternoon or at night and teach your children inrepparttar 144065 morning?

2. Can you work part time, leaving yourself time for home-schooling?

3. Can you find a job in your local neighborhood so that you donít waste one to three hours commut-ing every day?

4. Can you work from home? Computers,repparttar 144066 Internet, fax machines, and e-mail all make working from home relatively easy. Thousands of companies now offer this option to their workers. You could of-fer to work for slightly less money if your boss resists this arrangement.

How To Repel The Opposite Sex

Written by T. O' Donnell


There is a war betweenrepparttar sexes. This war is based on a misunderstanding. The misunderstanding is this:

Women think that men think like women. Men think that women think like men.

A woman does this:

Prepares a meal of food she likes - bitter, lean, salady, light, and expects her date to like it; Borrows a romantic DVD, with plenty of crying; Wears a scent *she* likes; Dresses to please her mainly female colleagues; Keeps company with women, and acts in solidarity with them; Trades secrets with other women, and feels empowered by so doing; Has deep and wide-ranging feelings; Is concerned withrepparttar 144062 feelings of those around her; Abhors dirt and disorder; Rages and cries atrepparttar 144063 smallest thing, once a month; Words mean whatever she's feeling atrepparttar 144064 time;

A man does this:

Not too fussed about food - likes heavy, sweet, stodgy grub; Borrows an action or comic DVD, with no sob-stuff; A quick wash underrepparttar 144065 armpits and we're good to go; Dresses to intimidate other men; Happily keeps company with men, women, criminals, a dog, anything, as long as it doesn't talk too much; Trades mock punches, slaps onrepparttar 144066 back, cruel jokes, and has a good laugh; One mood, allrepparttar 144067 time; Is not too bothered about other people's feelings, unless he's done something *really* bad; Secretly enjoys living in his own filth; Last cried a few years ago, and did it in private; Words mean asrepparttar 144068 dictionary defines them;

Now, how can these two distinct creatures ever get together?

Simple. Each has to start thinking likerepparttar 144069 other, just a little bit. Each has to researchrepparttar 144070 other's fantasy world, and reflect it back torepparttar 144071 object of desire.

A good source of research isrepparttar 144072 magazine rack in your local supermarket. Men should look at womens' magazines, and vice-versa. Men will discover that women fantasise about men who are:

Pretty-boys; Slim; Muscular (like a swimmer, not a weight-lifter); Fashionably dressed; Patrician; Tight-fitting trousers; Attentive; Wealthy; Powerful; Confident; Popular; Makes her laugh; Takes charge; Can discuss his feelings occasionally; Yet isn't a wet dish-cloth;

Women will discover that men fantasise about:

Hussies.

(Sorry, I couldn't resist that.)

Men fantasise about women who are:

Pretty; Good size bust; Exotic (foreign); Flirtatious; Tight-fitting top; A hint of underclothing 'accidentally' revealed; Just might be a bit 'naughty'; Laughs at his jokes; Has a strong personality (extrovert, introvert, doesn't matter);

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