My family went to my father’s hometown for Chinese New Year. On the night before we left, we played a fascinating game of Chinese checkers. Do you know how to play Chinese checkers? If you do not know how to play it, here are the basic rules: Number of players Chinese checkers may be played by 2, 3, 4 or 6 players. Game board The Chinese checkers board is shaped like a star with 6 points. Each player starts the game with 10 marbles filling all 10 spaces in their point of the star. This is their home point. The… Read More "Life is Like Chinese Checkers"
Some Methods to Successfully Remind Yourself of Something
Forgetfulness is one of the problems we face in our life. If we should do something but we forget to do it, we wouldn’t benefit anyone. Instead of forgetting to do what we have to do, we should ‘walk our talk’. It means we should do what we have spoken. This will benefit you and others – you gain trust from others, and others will feel happy about it. I’ve discovered some methods to remind yourself to do something, but you can also use this method to remind yourself of useful or inspiring quotes. Most of you who are reading… Read More "Some Methods to Successfully Remind Yourself of Something"
First Impressions are Very Important
Are first impressions really important, or is it the inside that really counts? If you answered ‘the inside that really counts’, you’re wrong. First impressions are really important. It is estimated that people judge you within the first 30 seconds of meeting somebody. We should also be good person on the inside, too, but that’s after the first impressions. How we look You are going to a cinemas. When you arrive, you sit at a comfortable chair, and wait for the movie to start. Not so long later, a man, with dirty clothes and messy hair comes along and sits… Read More "First Impressions are Very Important"
How NOT to Lose Your Belongings
Okay, here, I am talking about cell phones, cameras, and other belongings which you bring along with when you go out, and not pianos, TV’s, CPU’s, or washing machines. Ok, you know what I’m talking about. Today, on 25 October 2008, my school held a carnival. There were a lot of stuff there, such as inflatable castles, paintball, horse rides, archery, a haunted house, food, performances, and a lot more. I was beginning to feel droopy and tired after the archery, so I settled down for some food. I only ate a burger, and then I got up to go… Read More "How NOT to Lose Your Belongings"