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How to Become a Boxer

How to Become a Boxer Maybe your biggest dream has always been to fight like your favorite professional boxer or perhaps you want another outlet for your competitive nature. Either way, becoming a boxer is thrilling, exciting and will test your limits beyond anything you have ever experienced before. Tie on those boxing gloves and get ready to work out every muscle in your body. Most of a...

How to Pay for College

Ways to Pay for College Mounting student debt and rising college tuition prices have both been major subjects in the media recently, which has raised questions as to whether or not higher education is really worth the cost. Despite these rising tuition rates and the buildup of debt, most experts still agree that the majority of Americans would benefit from taking advantage of higher education oppo...

Starting Your Own Vending Machine Business

Thinking of starting your own vending machine business? Take this quick quiz to determine if the vending business is for you. 1. When your boss is out of the office for the day, you are most likely to___ (a) Finish your current assignment and organize the materials for the presentation. (b) Finish your current assignment and leave a little early. (c) Work on your current assignment, with breaks fo...

Where to Get Fake Money for Your Child

Where to Find Play Money for Your Kid Knowing where to get fake money for your child can pay off dividends when it comes to teaching them how to count currency, identify the various types of cash notes, and be a responsible consumer. Plus, younger children may be prone to rip or tear bills as their curious hands explore the texture, so using fake currency will save you from losing real money. Fak...

How to Become a Teacher

How to Become a Teacher The old adage, “Those who can’t do, teach.” is a load of crap. As a fourth generation teacher (my great-great-grandmother taught Arithmetic in the early part of the 20th century) I can promise you that a teacher does more work and earns greater rewards than any other occupation. If you’re wondering how to become a teacher, follow these steps: Forget ...

How to Become an Actor or Actress

How to Become an Actor or Actress Being a world famous entertainer is a glamorous dream. If you want to learn how to become an actor or actress, you’re going to need patience, perseverance, and the ability to take criticism. Most people in the acting profession wait years for their big break, going to endless auditions and improving their ability to act. Persevering doesn’t guarantee t...

How to Write a Bibliography

MLA style is the most widely accepted “format” for a bibliography. Though there are other styles, knowing how to write a bibliography in MLA style will keep you in touch with what most schools and other institutions are looking for in a bibliography. A bibliography is necessary for many reasons. Use a bibliography to acknowledge or give credit to sources you’ve used — these...

How to Write a Research Paper Outline

Sooner or later, a teacher or professor is going to want you to write an outline for your research paper. This might seem unreasonable piling on by your instructor, but term paper outlines actually help you build a blueprint for your paper, while getting your thoughts organized. So knowing how to write a research paper outline not only helps you get a better grade by satisfying your teacher’...

How to Study for a Test

Learning how to study for a test is going to improve your grades throughout your school years, from elementary school all the way through post-graduate university work. Getting organized and knowing what you’re going to be tested on is an important part of the learning process, so we’ll cover that as we talk about studying skills. Knowing how to study make you an efficient student, and...

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