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  • I'm 14 and live in the uk! I need to raise £100 to buy a new printer for school... My parents can't help because we are traveling to florida in a few months and they are saving for the trip... Also they just contributed to a new monitor for me... So how can i get the money together? Any help is appreciated... Thank you in advance! S
  • Your only way is to do private services for neighbors, like baby sitting, walking dogs, cutting lawns, gardening, painting, washing cars, etc.
  • You can get a paper round - at 14, that's pretty much your only option.
  • It's usually a good idea to take two more outfits than needed, in case of unexpected weather, stains on your clothing, or if you just want variety. Here is what I would bring on your trip: - 9 tops (mostly short-sleeved and cotton/tank tops, one long-sleeved) - 9 bottoms (mostly shorts, 1-2 pairs of jeans) - 9 pairs of underwear - Sandals/flip-flops - Good walking shoes - 6 pairs of socks - 2-3 swimming suits w/cover-ups - Light jacket/pullover - Sunscreen - Sunglasses - Big, floppy beach hat - Beach towel(s) - 2 pairs of pajamas - Toothbrush, paste, and floss - Hair-brush, comb, ties, barrettes, etc. - Lotion - Shampoo, conditioner, soap - Deodorant - Razor and shaving cream - Tampons and pads - Hair tools you use, like dryer, curling iron, straightener, etc. - Small first aid kid with aspirin - Your prescription medication - Wallet w/ ID and cash - Electronics (cell phone, iPod, camera) and extra chargers/batteries - Books and magazines To customize your own packing list, go here: http://upl.codeq.info/For more ideas on things to pack, check out this site: http://www.travellerspoint.com/packing-l...For tips on saving space in your suitcase and packing list, check here: http://www.airlinecreditcards.com/travel...Good luck, and I hope I helped. Have fun in Florida.
  • I would bring: - bathing suit - towel - goggles - underwear - socks - 8 pairs of clothes (1 shirt 1 pants = 1 pair) so u can choose what u want to wear - 4 pairs of pjs cuz pjs don't really get dirty - flip flops - tennis shoes - sun screen - phone - phone charger - iPod/iPad - tooth brush - tooth paste - conacts or glass if you where them - deodorant - If your a girl, you will also need: - bra / tank tops - pads and tampons (if you need them) - perfume - other girl stuff. Hope i helped!!!
  • i went 2 croydon college in south london and i was studying construction and advanced plumbing and i just finished my second year.i am now contemplating on weather 2 go on 2 my third year which will allow me to be what i wanted be previously which is an structural designer(simular to an architect),or just quit now and go on to be a professional self employed plumber.thing is i wanted to be both. diffrence is to be a structural designer would take another 9-10 years of studying where as being a plumber i could do now.what to do what do huh lol.
  • Sure that kid went to John Hopkins... I went to FIT in NYC. Good school, but I hated the industry. I am now working on my Masters in Criminology at BU. I would say something about Law, but everyone on here seems to want to be a Lawyer, Doctor, or some other 6 figure money maker.
  • john hopkins , pre-med beneficial =) go ahead and doubt it i bet someone that went to FIT can make those comments
  • hi, im 14, and im an airbrush artist, i started back up a few months ago after like a year or two of not touching my airbrush, and i reaaly surprised myself, im actually airbrushing some quality shirts...so i would like to turn it into a business. it doesnt have to be large, just something to make some cash so im not always begging my parents. can any1 help me on how i could go about doing this legally in the state of florida? or maybe i can do it over the internet? any inforation would be extremely helpful! thanx in advanced
  • i say just go on the street and sell them, if you dont live in a very populated neighboorhood then just ask your parents to take you somewhere
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  • I'm a college student looking for a chance at something new for a few days during spring break. I am low on funds and am not expecting to suddenly come into cash, so I'm trying to stick close to home, i.e. the East Coast. New York City and any Florida place are kind of a no-go, and I was thinking of maybe going someplace...ah...woodsy? Maybe with nice beaches, but I would definitely like some woods. I like forestry, lol. So, any input is good. Thank you in advance.
  • Head to the White amountains of NH, very woodsy, but no beaches Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor Maine has woods and beaches, but the water is too cold for swimming Cape Cd Massachusetts has some great beaches, and there are woods, but woodsy is the the term I'd use to describe it. Still you might like the dunes in P-Town and there are numerous wildlife refuges all over the Cape
  • The trip west from New York Avenue in Washington DC (US 50) affords some great camping choices. The Very Scenic Drive to Cincinnati would take about 10-12 hours driving time depending on your driving style take note this is not a fast paced road like I-70 but to me that is what is enjoyable about it. About 6-hours further you can go to Land Between the Lakes National Recreation area in Western KY but that is not on 50.
  • were going on a cruise in 3 weeks and i want to plan everything out before we go we went to florida ast year and our cousin went onto her laptop in word and a had a table done out for each day on what we would do so i want to do something like that for the cruise but i dont know what to do for it please hellp thank you :)
  • I've done a very simple table (in Word or Excel) - it was a little calendar of the days of our cruise. Day of the week, month and day. Then which port we'd be in (or "Sea Day" if not). For port days, if I had an excursion booked, what it was, what time it started, and if it was not prepaid, how much cash I needed to pay for it. Printed it out at home and taped it to the bottom of the mirror in our cabin. Every night on the cruise you will get a flyer in your cabin that tells about all the activities happening onboard the next day. So you can't really plan too much in advance (other than shore excursions), because you don't know what the possibilities are.
  • i want to be a meteorologist i am currently attending a community college to get my AA degree. I have struggling to pass intermediate algebra due to lack to time. its not that i don't understand i just don't have the time i work full time and i have other things to run at home. I am planning to take clep test to advance in math up to calculus. i am confident i will be able to do it. Since my problems are the lack of time and that i forget things easily. but i don't know hard it is to study meteorology. i am planning on transferring to the Florida state university and to be honest i am second guessing myself i don't know if i would be able to pass the classes specially because i would also have to work at least part time to pay my expenses i am really good at geometry and trig thanks for your help
  • There are different types of meteorologists. An aviation meteorologist who gives weather conditions for pilots' flight routes. This can be done enlisting in the Air Force or going through an R.O.T.C. program at a university and getting a Geosciences degree to get commissioned as an officer. Be warned, officers don't forecast for very long. Soon they are burdened with a lot of administrative duties. A broadcast meteorologist does the and radio weather forecasts for small regions for the general public. There are other more specific meteorologists that require more advanced degrees. To get hired on by the National Weather Service, you would need to have at least a Bachelor's degree, but to be competitive you would want a Master's. Nowadays, you are even more competitive if you have strong programming skills to write forecast models. The research scientists have PhD's and don't do much that directly affect daily life, just come up with theory. The NWS almost unilaterally require calculus credits. Search 'meteorologist' on USAjobs.gov to get an idea of what's out there. The US Navy also has Aerographers that do the same thing as the Air Force only for the Navy. The Coast Guard also has the same type of positions. If you have a pilot's license and a meteorology degree, you could be competitive to work for Lockheed doing in flight services and filing flight plans and providing weather updates. They make serious cash, but require a wide skill set and difficult working hours. If you're good at trig and algebra you wouldn't have any problems getting an operational meteorology degree (geosciences) at Mississippi State University. They focus more on the forecasting and not so much on the math behind the physics.
  • to be brutally honest, I don't know what gave you the dumb idea that you could clep up to calculus if you're struggling with algebra. because algebra should be a piece of cake, as you should have been doing it on some level or another since junior high school. and there is a very limited job market for meteorologists, so I don't know where or how you plan on getting a job even if you do graduate.
  • It's nice that you're trying to see the brighter side of your husband actions, but im sorry your husband is not great. He doesn't sound like a man he sounds like a sorry excuse for a man. Plus he doesn't sound like he has any respect for you as a person or as his wife, nor does he have any respect for your property or what you want. Look it's true that marriage is a work in progress and that each one has their own problems and challenges that must be faced. It sounds like you love him a lot even though you don't say it, and i can hear a lot of frustration in your words, Your not crazy for staying but you are crazy for accepting this from him, and your not a bad person, you shouldn't have to put up with things like that. It sounds like he doesn't have any understanding of what a husband is, maybe you should remind him. If that doesn't work, go visit a friend or family for a few days, let him know that although it's not permenant, it can be if he doesn't...
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