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postheadericon How to Cover School Books Using Biodegradable Materials

How to Cover School Books Using Biodegradable Materials

Three Methods:Paper CoveringsCloth CoveringsNaked BooksCommunity Q&A It may be quick and easy to slap a plastic book cover on your textbook. But this is an opportunity to use and re-purpose biodegradable materials this academic year. And, to boot, maybe show a little artistic flair. Steps Method 1 Paper Coverings 1 Select biodegradable paper. This is paper which will compost, recycle, or decompose in a landfill. In general, this paper will not have a shiny coating and no other materials such as plastic in it. Ideally, such papers are labelled. 2…

postheadericon How to Cosplay Isaac Newton

How to Cosplay Isaac Newton

Have you ever wanted to look like Isaac Newton for a play, presentation or on purpose? You came to the right place. This article will teach you how to fix up like Isaac Newton. Steps 1 Make your hair like Isaac Newton by parting your hair to the left side of your head. Look at pictures of Sir Isaac Newton and study his face carefully. 2 Then make your hair wavy. If you have natural wavy hair, you’re in luck you don’t need to use the iron curlers or straighteners….

postheadericon How to Cosplay Sugilite from Steven Universe

How to Cosplay Sugilite from Steven Universe

Sugilite, the four-armed, five-eyed fusion of Garnet and Amethyst, is a daunting character to cosplay. However, with a bit of preparation and work, it is entirely possible. 1 Have several reference photos of Sugilite on hand: one from the front, side, and back at the very least. This will ensure that you get all the details right. 2 Start with the basics. You will need bright purple body paint and a wild-haired long black wig, along with triangular reflective sunglasses. These are the very least you will need to pass…

postheadericon How to Cosplay As Misty from Pokemon

How to Cosplay As Misty from Pokemon

Misty is a Water-type trainer who accompanies Ash in the first series of the anime Pokemon. She’s cute and energetic, so it makes sense that you would want to dress up like her. With a little imagination and creativity, you’ll have the perfect Misty outfit in no time. This article has been tagged as a stub. That means it’s off to a good start, but still has room to grow into a more helpful resource. Until the article reaches its full potential, it will be hidden from search results. Can…

postheadericon How to Cope With Sitting in the Back of the Classroom

How to Cope With Sitting in the Back of the Classroom

Are you a hard working student who is stuck sitting in the back of the room? It can be tough to pay attention and take good notes when you’re so far away from the action. This guide will show you how you can still get the most out of the lecture and still be an active participant while sitting in some far off corner. Steps 1 Make yourself known to the teacher. Don’t just crouch away in the corner. Make yourself big and noticeable without looking odd to your classmates….

postheadericon How to Cope With the Move to Secondary School

How to Cope With the Move to Secondary School

This is a guide on how to cope when moving from your primary/middle school to High/secondary school. Just read this and find out everything you need to know! Steps 1 Don’t stress. It’s never as bad as people make it out to be. People exaggerate to make you feel scared. 2 Make sure you have the right uniform. There’s nothing worse than going to school and finding out that everyone else has a green tie and blue shirt instead of your red tie and yellow shirt. 3 If you don’t…

postheadericon How to Cope With Not Having a Cell Phone

How to Cope With Not Having a Cell Phone

Don’t have a cell phone, have no means of getting a cell phone, and want to communicate with the outside world? Keep reading and find out how to deal/live/survive/thrive/not freak out. Steps 1 Double check and find out if your parents won’t let you have a cell phone under any circumstances. Sometimes if you say that you’ll use the cell phone for reaching people if you are lost or if you get kidnapped or some other emergency, they’ll let you have one under certain rules. However, this is always better…

postheadericon How to Cope With Juvenile Arthritis in Teens

How to Cope With Juvenile Arthritis in Teens

Having juvenile arthritis can be especially challenging as you enter your teen years. Coping is especially important during these times, both mentally and physically! 1 Stay informed. Learn as much about your arthritis as you can. Teachers and other students may question whether you really have arthritis or if you are just trying to avoid regular tasks. Having specific details and being able to name your medications can be helpful. The more information you can give, the more people are likely to believe you. “Dr. Smith has diagnosed me as…

postheadericon How to Cope With Depression After a Break Up

How to Cope With Depression After a Break Up

Break-ups can be devastating. It’s a rough transition from sharing every part of your life with someone, to picking up the phone and suddenly remembering you shouldn’t call them. The depression that comes after a break-up can feel so heavy and difficult that no one else can possibly understand what you are going through. But there are ways to cope with this feeling that don’t involved crying into a carton of ice cream. Here is a wikiHow guide to coping with the depression after a break up. 1 Know this…

postheadericon How to Cope With Being Under 13

How to Cope With Being Under 13

Being under 13 really sucks, you can’t even use Facebook! Until you can, this article will teach you how to cope with your age and your restrictions. Steps 1 Find a hobby you enjoy. Be it playing an instrument, sport, singing, dancing or drawing. Doing something you enjoy will take your mind off of your age and will make you feel much better. It’s also something anybody of any age can get involved in. If possible, join a club or group up with a bunch of friends who enjoy the…