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May I Or Can I Send You an Email?

There is a real difference between “May I send you an email?” and “Can I send you an email.” And I’m not just talking about which question to ask your prospective subscriber.

In case you’re wondering now that I’ve mentioned it, WordTask defines “may” as expressing permission or possibility, while “can” expresses ability.

In email marketing, the first question…”May I send you an email?” is the essential question you’re asking your prospective subscriber when getting permission to send her an email. This is where you need to be really clear about what you’re asking permission to send, and she needs to be really clear about what she’s giving you permission to send.

The “Can I send you an email” is an entirely different story. Your ability to actually deliver the email is, however, is still a bit of permission. Not so much the asking permission…the “May I?” because there’s really no one to ask permission of…but the finding out through testing whether you can actually get the email to move all the way from your “out basket” to your intended recipient’s “in basket.”

This is the more technical side of email marketing, and it can be much trickier.

The “can” for email marketing consists of whether your prospective subscriber has the right kind of software to receive your email in the format you’ve designed it…and…(the part about finding out if you got permission without saying “Mother may I?”) is whether you can (have the ability to) get your content and layout to pass through the permission police of the numerous spam filters currently used by Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) as well as any additional filters added by your prospective subscriber.

The first part of the “Can…” in terms of whether your subscriber can actually read what you send is getting somewhat easier, as computer operating systems and software upgrades now permit most email users to read HTML, PDF and text. However, it’s certainly not 100%, so part of your “May I send you emails?” questionnaire is “In what format would you like to receive your emails?” so you will know what she can read on her computer, as well as what she may prefer.

The second part of “Can I” (your ability to physically get the email delivered) also involves an action on her part and that is…she must “whitelist” you…or add you to her acceptable contacts list, as well as confirm the opt-in, so that your emails won’t automatically be sent to her “junk mail. “

Now that you’ve gotten that far, the last barrier on the “Can you get the email through” is the most difficult…and quite frankly, may best be left to the experts. Especially if you’re quickly developing a large email list. The experts at getting past the spam filters are email marketing services, who act as your agent, have developed a “relationship” with the ISP’s. They know and understand what words, phrases, graphics, and other testing criteria may cause your messages to be considered “spam, ” and cause them to be blocked before they can be received.

At Toptenreviews.com, you can see that the three highest ranked email marketing services are Icontact, Benchmark, and ConstantContact. They are not the only email marketing companies that you might consider, but using someone in this field can make a significant difference in whether your email message can get through to the intended recipient’s inbox.

There you have it. Once you have permission, you may send the email. And, once you understand the formats and filters, (and probably obtained a little professional assistance) you can get your emails into the proper inbox.

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Bookcase Plans – How to Build a Bookcase With 3 Tools

Before committing myself to a set of bookcase plans, I first decided to shop around for a pre-fab bookshelf, both online and at a few discount furniture stores in town. My plan was to look at a wide range of styles and prices before deciding what to buy. It didn’t take me long to discover that I really had only two choices in the matter; buy somewhat expensive crappy particle board bookcases with fake wood laminate, or buy very expensive wood bookcases that will stay in my family for the next 100 years. The good stuff would be nice, but since I can’t afford to spend $800 at Ethan Allen right now, I’m really left with just one option: the somewhat expensive crappy bookcases. It’s disappointing to think this is my only choice.

So now I’m looking at some bookcase plans, which means I’d have to take on the job of building something from scratch. I’m starting to like the idea, though. First, it’s the only other option I can find to buying expensive crappy bookcases, and second, I like the idea of deciding for myself what level of quality (and expense) I want to put into the project. I don’t want a bookcase made from the cheapest materials around, but I don’t need the most expensive either. Building my own bookcase will let me create something between these two extremes.

I’ve done a fair amount of researching on the Web, and I’ve come up with some pretty simple guidelines for approaching this kind of wood project. Overall, the good news is that you don’t have to be a hard-core woodworker to pull this thing off. In fact, a bookcase is a perfect starter project for someone just getting into building stuff from wood. Maybe it’s a little more challenging than making a sawhorse (which is also a good plan to start with), but I think it’s important for beginners to make something they can be excited about when it’s all said and done. So let’s get started with some of the basics of building a bookcase.

Three Tools – I assume that most people attempting their first bookcase project will not have a complete set of woodworking power tools in their shop – things like a table saw, drill press, router table, planer, and all that. What I do think first-time builders might (and should) have is a circular saw, a router, and a power drill. It’s pretty amazing what you can build with just a few reasonably-priced tools.

#1 Circular Saw – A circular saw will cut just about anything you can throw at it, and with a few accessories, some fairly complicated joinery. Even if you decide later to upgrade to more expensive tools, your circular saw will always get used in the shop. For a simple bookcase, you’ll be using the circular saw to cut all the boards to length, and to help make the dado cuts that hold your bookcase shelves. You’ll also use the saw to cut down a 4×8 sheet of plywood for the bookcase back.

#2 Router – I’m sure there are plenty of wood projects being built without the help of a router, but my question is, why go to the trouble? Sometimes you can pick up a decent router for under $100, and considering the extra work you’ll save yourself in the long run, that’s a good investment. A router will make easy work of cutting the dadoes for your bookcase shelves, and with a few accessories, let you try out a whole load of professional-style woodworking techniques.

#3 Power Drill – Everybody has a power drill of some sort sitting around in the basement or garage. You already know how much use (and abuse) this tool gets for literally hundreds of jobs around the house. Although it’s possible to build a simple bookcase without ever picking up a power drill, the no-screws approach to building a bookcase requires that you own an insanely large number of clamps to hold everything together while the glue dries. Really, we’re talking about 20 clamps or more at about $20 each. Ouch. At a fraction of the cost, you can unleash the same clamping power on wood joints by using wood screws (or even nails) to hold pieces together while the glue sets up. Of course, you’ll have holes all over everywhere, but most people just fill them in with putty and they look fine.

Plywood vs Solid Wood Shelves – Choosing the right wood for a bookcase plan can be a big topic to get your arms around, especially if you start reading the zillions of articles online about wood species and wood grades, plywood construction, shelving span calculators, etc., etc. This is all good stuff, but for now, let me narrow down the choices for a first-time bookcase project.

Hold off on plywood shelves… this time around – Sure, plywood is nice for bookcase shelves because it doesn’t have the warping problems that plague solid wood. But plywood comes in 4×8 sheets, which means you’ll be doing a LOT of cutting to make all the pieces for a simple bookcase. For experienced woodworkers, this isn’t really a problem. They’ll first cut down the sheet into more manageable pieces (usually with a circular saw) and then head over to an $800 table saw to get things perfectly square and perfectly sized for the bookcase plan they’re following. Not that you can’t do all this with another tool (like a circular saw or jigsaw), but at some point it just becomes too much work to make a zillion cuts in plywood without the bigger, beefy tools.

Solid Pine Shelves – For first-time projects, I like to use off-the-shelf dimensional lumber from the big box stores like Home Depot. Pine is relatively cheap (compared to hardwood) and is precut to standard-size widths and lengths. That means a LOT less cutting for me to get the basic pieces of my bookcase ready for assembly. Woodworkers might point out that dimensional lumber is inconsistent in width and thickness, which makes less-than-perfect woodworking joints without first planning and/or squaring the boards on a table saw. They’re right. Dimensional lumber is not perfectly square and consistent from one board to the next. But that doesn’t mean you can’t build a decent-looking bookcase otherwise. Sure, you might have some small gaps in the joinery, and maybe the case isn’t absolutely square and plumb. But more often than not, you’ll be the only one who knows any different. Save the more exacting work for nicer bookcase you’ll build next year.

Setting up to Cut Boards – It’s a little frightening to think about how precarious and unorganized a workspace can be when we start cutting boards. No one wants to spend time moving around tables, setting up sawhorses, adjusting work clamps… just to cut off the end of a board. Unfortunately, any less preparation than what I just mentioned will put you in a dangerous situation. Power tools can be evil… and I mean really evil. And it’s not about how much experience you have. Go online and search woodworking accidents. The most horrific stuff happens to people who have been building for 20-30 years without a scratch. Then out of nowhere things suddenly go wrong… boards go flying across the room, arms and fingers get cut, and worse.

Cutting Dadoes for Bookcase Shelves – By far the trickiest step in following bookcase plans is cutting the dadoes (that hold the book shelf ends). No need to be intimidated with this part of the project, though. If you’re really careful about setting up for the cut (that means using the right clamps and cutting guides for your router) this can be the most fun you’ll have with bookcase plans. I like to cut my dadoes assembly-line style. That is, I clamp down both sides of the bookcase side by side… so that each pass with my circular saw (and router) cuts both boards at the same time. This not only saves you tons of time and headache, it also makes sure that your shelves are perfectly aligned when you glue everything together.

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May I Or Can I Send You an Email?

There is a real difference between “May I send you an email?” and “Can I send you an email.” And I’m not just talking about which question to ask your prospective subscriber.

In case you’re wondering now that I’ve mentioned it, WordTask defines “may” as expressing permission or possibility, while “can” expresses ability.

In email marketing, the first question…”May I send you an email?” is the essential question you’re asking your prospective subscriber when getting permission to send her an email. This is where you need to be really clear about what you’re asking permission to send, and she needs to be really clear about what she’s giving you permission to send.

The “Can I send you an email” is an entirely different story. Your ability to actually deliver the email is, however, is still a bit of permission. Not so much the asking permission…the “May I?” because there’s really no one to ask permission of…but the finding out through testing whether you can actually get the email to move all the way from your “out basket” to your intended recipient’s “in basket.”

This is the more technical side of email marketing, and it can be much trickier.

The “can” for email marketing consists of whether your prospective subscriber has the right kind of software to receive your email in the format you’ve designed it…and…(the part about finding out if you got permission without saying “Mother may I?”) is whether you can (have the ability to) get your content and layout to pass through the permission police of the numerous spam filters currently used by Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) as well as any additional filters added by your prospective subscriber.

The first part of the “Can…” in terms of whether your subscriber can actually read what you send is getting somewhat easier, as computer operating systems and software upgrades now permit most email users to read HTML, PDF and text. However, it’s certainly not 100%, so part of your “May I send you emails?” questionnaire is “In what format would you like to receive your emails?” so you will know what she can read on her computer, as well as what she may prefer.

The second part of “Can I” (your ability to physically get the email delivered) also involves an action on her part and that is…she must “whitelist” you…or add you to her acceptable contacts list, as well as confirm the opt-in, so that your emails won’t automatically be sent to her “junk mail. “

Now that you’ve gotten that far, the last barrier on the “Can you get the email through” is the most difficult…and quite frankly, may best be left to the experts. Especially if you’re quickly developing a large email list. The experts at getting past the spam filters are email marketing services, who act as your agent, have developed a “relationship” with the ISP’s. They know and understand what words, phrases, graphics, and other testing criteria may cause your messages to be considered “spam, ” and cause them to be blocked before they can be received.

At Toptenreviews.com, you can see that the three highest ranked email marketing services are Icontact, Benchmark, and ConstantContact. They are not the only email marketing companies that you might consider, but using someone in this field can make a significant difference in whether your email message can get through to the intended recipient’s inbox.

There you have it. Once you have permission, you may send the email. And, once you understand the formats and filters, (and probably obtained a little professional assistance) you can get your emails into the proper inbox.

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May I Or Can I Send You an Email?

There is a real difference between “May I send you an email?” and “Can I send you an email.” And I’m not just talking about which question to ask your prospective subscriber.

In case you’re wondering now that I’ve mentioned it, WordTask defines “may” as expressing permission or possibility, while “can” expresses ability.

In email marketing, the first question…”May I send you an email?” is the essential question you’re asking your prospective subscriber when getting permission to send her an email. This is where you need to be really clear about what you’re asking permission to send, and she needs to be really clear about what she’s giving you permission to send.

The “Can I send you an email” is an entirely different story. Your ability to actually deliver the email is, however, is still a bit of permission. Not so much the asking permission…the “May I?” because there’s really no one to ask permission of…but the finding out through testing whether you can actually get the email to move all the way from your “out basket” to your intended recipient’s “in basket.”

This is the more technical side of email marketing, and it can be much trickier.

The “can” for email marketing consists of whether your prospective subscriber has the right kind of software to receive your email in the format you’ve designed it…and…(the part about finding out if you got permission without saying “Mother may I?”) is whether you can (have the ability to) get your content and layout to pass through the permission police of the numerous spam filters currently used by Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) as well as any additional filters added by your prospective subscriber.

The first part of the “Can…” in terms of whether your subscriber can actually read what you send is getting somewhat easier, as computer operating systems and software upgrades now permit most email users to read HTML, PDF and text. However, it’s certainly not 100%, so part of your “May I send you emails?” questionnaire is “In what format would you like to receive your emails?” so you will know what she can read on her computer, as well as what she may prefer.

The second part of “Can I” (your ability to physically get the email delivered) also involves an action on her part and that is…she must “whitelist” you…or add you to her acceptable contacts list, as well as confirm the opt-in, so that your emails won’t automatically be sent to her “junk mail. “

Now that you’ve gotten that far, the last barrier on the “Can you get the email through” is the most difficult…and quite frankly, may best be left to the experts. Especially if you’re quickly developing a large email list. The experts at getting past the spam filters are email marketing services, who act as your agent, have developed a “relationship” with the ISP’s. They know and understand what words, phrases, graphics, and other testing criteria may cause your messages to be considered “spam, ” and cause them to be blocked before they can be received.

At Toptenreviews.com, you can see that the three highest ranked email marketing services are Icontact, Benchmark, and ConstantContact. They are not the only email marketing companies that you might consider, but using someone in this field can make a significant difference in whether your email message can get through to the intended recipient’s inbox.

There you have it. Once you have permission, you may send the email. And, once you understand the formats and filters, (and probably obtained a little professional assistance) you can get your emails into the proper inbox.

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4 Hot Sex Tips – Giving Her An Orgasm By Sucking Her Breasts and Stroking Her Deep Vaginal Spot

If you want to get your woman totally hot and bothered you can do it by starting her out with breast orgasms and then totally sending her into orbit with some volcanic eruptions on her deep vaginal spot. Her body will convulse, shake, quiver, and pulsate for a long time as you suck her breasts. and stroke her deep spot! It’s quite easy to accomplish this but it not what most men think it is. You have to change your thinking to get the best results! Just follow these 4 simple steps!

Step One. It is always important to get the woman in the right mood for love. There’s many songs and poems written about this subject. She must be relaxed and feel safe. Remember, women give sex for love. So, give your woman as much love and adoration as possible.

Step Two. Don’t just go in for the gusto by sucking her breasts or stroking her deep spot. You need to take this step by step. What woman doesn’t like hugging and kissing?

A great make out and kissing session is mandatory. The hotter you can get it, the better.

Step Three. Once she is whimpering and has asked you to suck her breasts or actually taken her hands and put them on her boobs, then you know that it is the right time. Don’t do it prematurely. It shows bad taste, that you are an amateur, and that you don’t really care for her. Besides, it’s fun to make her wait for it. Anticipation is everything.

Don’t go for the nipple right away. Again, tease her and make her wait for it.

You can stroke, kiss, and lick the other parts of her globes. Once you finally do touch her nipples – and you should touch them with a very light touch – make sure than it is an intermittent touch.

Tease her nipples for a few minutes until she starts with deep moaning and wants more. Remember, the woman will always either tell you she wants more or give you clues that are hard to ignore.

Once you get that feedback, suck her breasts and nipples harder and harder. You want to duplicate an in and out movement that will drive her nuts.

Remember, that she has a nerve in her nipple that connects to her clitoris. Suck her nipples hard enough, without hurting her, that the sensation travels all the way down.

This may take 5 to 30 minutes. But it will be an exciting time. Most women can have a breast orgasm if you do it correctly. Remember, that practice makes perfect.

Step Four. Once she has either had a nice breast climax or is so hot she can’t stand it then you should go down to her vagina.

The deep spot is located 8 inches inside at the top of her vagina. So you must either stroke with your penis and hit it directly or stroke her powerfully enough that the movements cause a ripple effect that reaches her deep spot. The third way you can get it is by your hot emission of semen.

The best position to reach this spot is where you are sitting on a chair and she is straddling you and leaning back. In this way she can control the angle and the penetration.

Try this out and get her feedback. Within a few sessions you should be getting her both types of orgasms. It will be worth your time to try this. She’ll love you for it!

Remember, the more successful orgasmic combinations that you know and can employ, the more fun that you will have.

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How to Find Out Where Someone Lives by Their Phone Number

So, you are looking for how to find out where someone lives and all you have is their phone number? Maybe someone you have been trying to reunite with a friend of yours and you don’t have their address. Or maybe someone gave you their address a few days, weeks, months or even years ago but you no longer have the address and you want to know if it is possible to use their phone number to find where they live.

It is very possible to find out where a someone lives using their phone number. In fact, you can easy find out where someone lives through their phone number for free. There are directories that will allow you enter a number into a search box and give you the current address of the owner of the said number for free – this is provided if the said number is a listed land line number.

So what if the number is not a listed land line number?

That becomes a problem as there are no free directories where you can get the details of a mobile or unlisted number for free. That does not however means you can still not find where a someone lives even if the phone number you are having is a mobile or an unlisted phone number.

The difference here is that you may have to pay a little amount of money to get the information you need.

Why do I have to pay?

This is because as already stated above, there are no free directories for mobile or unlisted phone numbers but there are directories who through investigative works, the usage of some tracking equipment and buying of information from telecommunication companies gather the information behind virtually all the phone numbers in circulation in the USA and Canada into an easy to use system and are able to make these information available to those who need them for a little fee.

The amount of money involve is however very small. You can easily find out where a someone lives using their phone number on paid reverse phone lookup directories for as little as $14.95 for a single number while conducting unlimited searches can be done for as little as $39.95.

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How to Build Muscle Mass – Top 10

The 5 Golden Rules Of Staying
Injury-Free In The Gym

Listen, if you want to get big, you have to train big.

Entering the gym and simply going through the motions without a sweat just is not going to get the job done. You have to overload those muscles with heavy weight and high intensity if you want to see real results. This is without a doubt the most effective means of stimulating muscular growth.

Muscles grow due to a natural adaptive survival response, and if you do not give them a damn good reason to grow, well, they will not.

While training hard and heavy may be awesome for your muscles, it can be trouble for the health of your joints and connective tissue. This is simply the reality of intense weight training, and while there are no guarantees that you will be able to completely avoid getting injured, you can certainly take specific steps to lessen the chance.

An injury is the absolute last thing you could ever hope for, as it will stop you dead in your muscle-building tracks.

Down below I'm going to outline my "5 golden rules" when it comes to minimizing the risk of injury. If you can honestly say that you implement all 5 of these into your training program, then your risk of getting hurt will be much lower than someone who does not.

1) Always perform a thorough warmup.

A proper warmup is the single best thing you can do to minimize your risk of injury. This simple 15-20 minute process will prepare your mind and body for the hard work to come by increasing blood flow into the surrounding connective tissue and by lubricating your joints. I would recommend that you perform 5 minutes of light cardiovascular exercise before each workout followed by 4-5 warmup sets for your first major exercise of the routine.

2) Always train with proper form.

This should go without saying. Every exercise that you perform in the gym should be done with proper form and technique in order to keep the stress off of your joints. If you start squatting or deadlifting with a rounded back, jerking the weights around in a ballistic manner or performing dangerous exercises you are almost guaranteed to hurt yourself at some point.

3) Always train within your own personal limits.

Weightlifting is a personal battle, and letting your ego take over is almost always a recipe for disaster. It does not matter what the guy next to you is benching and it is completely irrelevant to your training program. You must always use weights that you can handle and control with proper form, and if you start piling on the plates to impress the people around you, you'll be stretching your limits and putting yourself in a very vulnerable position.

4) Always know when to quit.

If you can not complete another rep of an exercise using proper form, the set is over, plain and simple. Put the weight down and rest up for your next set. If you start using huge amounts of momentum and jerky body motions to crank out a couple of extra reps, you'll be on the sidelines before you know it.

5) Never ignore your aches and pains.

When you're motoring along through a training program and are making progress from week to week, the idea of ​​quitting just seems impossible. This can sometimes lead us to ignore those obvious injuries and pretend as if they are not really there as we often "work through" the pain and hope that it magically disappears.

More often than not, it will only get worse. If you feel that something definitely is not right and can sense that you probably should not be training, gGet the problem checked out by a professional and then take the proper measures to heal. While it may hurt your progress in the short term, the overall long-term effect will be a positive one.

You can learn even more details about keeping your joints and connective tissues healthy for years to come by visiting my website using the link below. I'll teach you the specific way to perform a proper weightlifting warmup, which will not only greatly decrease your chances of injury but will also result in mainly instant strength increases for your major exercises …

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Do It Yourself Basement Waterproofing Tips

Are you afraid that structural damage to your home will cause a big problem for you in the future? Are you having a hard time making your home dry and leak-free? Does your leaky basement add stress to your life? Then it’s time for a “Do it Yourself Basement Waterproofing” project!

Do it yourself basement waterproofing projects can keep your home free from mildew, fungi and molds which can cause health problems, like asthma and allergies, for you and your family.

So what are the best do it yourself basement waterproofing tips you can use to keep your home from becoming flooded, leaky and dirty?

Here are a few do it yourself basement waterproofing tips you can follow:

  1. Make sure that water flows away from your home — and really far away. Sometimes, you can blame the landscaping around your home that causes the accumulation of water around the foundation. The best thing to do is to make sure that the ground slopes away from where you home is and that water never puddles around the foundation.
  2. You need to install gutters and down-spouts if your home does not have a system for collecting rainwater and snow that has melted. When you install new gutters and down-spouts, always make sure that they are draining the water at least 5 to 6 feet away from your home or building structure to an area that will not drain back towards your home..
  3. Use paints that are water-resistant on your walls. Never allow your walls to weep due to the moisture and the condensation that transpires in your basement. Use high quality water-resistant paints to ensure their efficiency and effectiveness.
  4. Use a de-humidifier to absorb excessive moisture from your basement. You may need several de-humidifiers if you have a large basement.
  5. Put some rocks or gravel all around the exterior of your basement walls. This will absorb the moisture and will make your basement dry faster than usual, and this is definitely the cheapest way to keep moisture out of your basement.
  6. You also need to insulate water pipes so that the problem of condensation can be avoided.
  7. You must also avoid drying your clothes in the basement because this adds in the humidity problems and it adds moisture to the air — which is the last thing you need in your basement.
  8. Also, you need to ensure that all your appliances are venting out. Check your washing machine to make sure it doesn’t have even a small leak. Small leaks can quickly turn into big floods if they go unnoticed.
  9. Install an exhaust fan in the bathroom of your basement. This will help to improve the ventilation in your basement.

These tips are all simple things that most people can do themselves for a minimal amount of money and without an expensive contractor. By simply following these tips, you can minimize your chances of having a basement flood, or water/moisture issues.

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Is Your Child Being Prepared for Communication in the Future?

The aim is not to blast our educational programs. We all know there is a lot of room for improvement. However, my questions go deeper than reading, writing, and arithmetic. You see, while these are the building blocks they are not the end.

VIDEO PRODUCTION AS A SKILL-SET

To be productive in today’s world you should have some mastery in multimedia skills. These skills will be critical to the success of our children. We are globally connected, business today can be as easily conducted on the other side of the world as if it were next door. Therefore, our students will need the skill-set to communicate across language and cultural barriers. One of these skills will be the ability to create and produce video presentations on a professional level. Having an eye for design will help and understanding composition and storytelling is a must.

The way we communicate today is constantly evolving. As technologies improve and new innovations are continuously developing we can expect more changes to the conducting of business, education, and social interaction.

THE FUTURE OF COMMUNICATION

New multimedia is so widespread that it was included as one of the six drivers of change in the report created by the Institute for the Future called; Future Work Skills 2020. The report states that “We are literally developing a new vernacular, a new language, for communication.” They are speaking about the language of video production.

The report also states, “The next generation of workers will need to become fluent in forms such as video, able to critically “read” and assess them in the same way that they currently assess a paper or presentation. They will also need to be comfortable creating and presenting their own visual information.” The word “comfortable” rings out, therefore, it is essential that our children learn storytelling techniques, video production techniques, and good communication habits early.

TECHNOLOGY READY

The greatest part about all of this is that most of our children have what they need already to start practicing. That’s right… A smartphone with a camera, a tablet with a camera, laptop with a camera, or a small digital camera and a computer. There are some free programs and apps to download which will enable you to edit. When you get better you will have to pay a little more for an app or program. Just getting you child started is a good thing.

Yes, we know that some of our children are already posting videos on social media sites like Facebook and YouTube. However, this is not what we are talking about. We are talking about creating content that has a professional look and feel. That has great shots, audio and maybe background music. Where the student has planned that video production to purposely tell a story. Maybe about their neighborhood, best friend, favorite pet, news story, or just tell a story.

This is the kind of skill that translates into the ability to produce advertisements to sell products, video resumes, or present a business idea. How about creating an opportunity for those students that go all the way and become the next great cinematographer, movie producer, or director. Let’s find out!

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Top 3 Tips to Deal With a Breakup When Your Heart Feels Broken

Love is such a wonderful thing in this world we live in but sometimes things don’t work out very well for everyone and you have to break up with that special someone because things aren’t working out and you have to move on. Dealing with this process before and after the breakup is very hard for everyone therefore today you will learn some good tips on how to deal with a bad break up after having invested your time in a significant other for so long in your life.

Vent your feelings to your friends and family

Sometimes the best thing to do to get over a breakup is to talk about it with friends and family and use that to help get over the experience. Talk to your friends and family about your troubles since the break up, how you felt, how you still feel currently and simply go from there and ask their advice on things to do next emotionally and how to handle the situation when dating even in the future.

Spend time doing your favorite hobbies and activities

Some good ways to handle your breakup is to spend time doing your favorite hobbies and doing other things you enjoy doing for fun. Focus on your favorite things you mainly like to do and remember why you like doing these things in the first place and immerse yourself in them completely to maximize the experience of coping with your breakup.

Don’t dwell on the past and what you could have done differently

And finally the last tip is to not dwell on the past and don’t focus too much on the breakup itself and the events that led up to it. Of course you can’t completely forget and stop thinking about your previous partner and what you could have done differently to prevent the breakup. But remember to not beat yourself up about it too much and to do your best to move on from the negative experience and try even now to learn from the experience and use this bad experience with your previous partner to figure out what you’ll do differently and essential turn the experience into a positive experience for you to utilize.

That’s essentially the top tips on how to deal with a bad breakup. Life isn’t always easy and simple with positive good outcomes but learning from your mistakes and other peoples mistakes and mishaps is apart of living life and as long as you keep a positive attitude and open mind you’ll feel like you can do anything in the face of any depression and negative state you may be in temporarily after breaking up with a previous loved one. So keep your head up high and try your best next time to make the next loved one work out more and be a better experience upon dating for you both.

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