Adventureland opens today and is directed by Greg Motolla(Superbad). The film is about James Brennan who has to get a job at a local amusement park in order to attend grad school. What seems like the worst job on the planet becomes a place of opportunity and lessons learned. Friends are made, fun times are had, and life becomes approached in a different light.
The first thing you will need to do is decide which theme you want to do. To help make things easier here are ten New Year’s Eve Party themes to help you ring in 2010.
I then moved on to other listings. Next was surveys. After signing up and paying an initial fee, I worked over 4 hours and earned less than 2 dollars. The downside was that my email inbox was loaded with various unsolicited emails. I know because I set up a separate email address just for surveys.
Because many people begin Christmas shopping in early October, it might be too late to put this method into practice, but you will find it to be the most useful for next year. By simply putting away 5 to 10 dollars a week, starting in January, you’ll have plenty saved up for gifts, cards, and even a few pumpkin pies.
Invite your guests to a good old fashioned Pajama party, have them wear their favorite PJ’s and bring along a blanket and a pillow. Decorate your home with lots of comfy pillows, blankets and stuffed animals. Put on a Marie Adler to watch and make popcorn and smores to enjoy. This is a good party theme for tweens and teens or step it up a notch for the older crowd and make it a lingerie party for the older crowd.
Cheers to Dad with Mr. Beer – Choose for Dad a beer-making opportunity from Mr. Beer’s collection of beer making kits, supplies, and merchandise. Dad will actually be able to brew and bottle his own beer in just days. Mr. Beer is the most advanced and widely acclaimed home brewing product on the market today. Bottoms Up!
I next looked at selling information products. I learned all about PLR (private label rights) products, about software that would take other writings and change them so they didn’t appear plagiarized. I could even put my own name as author. This sounded as the way to go. But, in addition to the problem mentioned earlier (traffic), I had serious ethical misgivings.
Although I wish there were more such girls who took this effort for me, there are indeed very few girls who’d look up what to do on a first date. But then again, I can only dream that it happens one day and write these basic guidelines on what I, or any other guy would expect from a girl!