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5 co0l tips by Dareth Rosaline

5 co0l tips by Dareth Rosaline

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For efficient presentations
First, you should think about the topic. Be very clear about how much time you have to make your points. Your message’s meaning must be crystal-clear. Then, be confident!  Slides presentation are fine but make sure that you do not write down all the things you will say. Be synthetic and straight-to-the-point, you will then not miss any important point inadvertently​.

Choosing a valuable gift   
If you want ​your gift to be surprised, you should be creative and inspired. Your gift can be handcrafted in ways unique to you. Sometime, the simplest thing can make the difference no one ever thought about. It will carry a very special meaning. ​ Consideration has a price and an expensive present will be interpreted as a token of affection from you, proportionally equating your true feelings.
How to perform well at school    
​You have to balance out homework, deadlines and tests. You should try to get your work done early for low stress level. Be organised! Balance work, school and social life. One more thing: use your time well and professionally. Do not procrastinate. ​ Last but not least, a healthy lifestyle is important for an adequate disposition to studies. Do sports, indulge in physical exercise and get as much sleep as possible. You will feel better, learn faster and think more clearly.
Decoration tips    
​Instead of keeping things simple, you can just let you room look awesome by having some small plants with special lighting in your room instead of a Christmas tree. You also can play with different colored balloons on your wall and save money. This will not only please your children, but will make the usual clean up in the aftermath of such events far easier. On a last note, do not forget to play “Jingle Bell”, one the great Christmas carols!.
Manage your time effectively    
You might be able to improve your time management and action planning by using lists. You should have a reminder book for all your errands. Don’t just rely on memory. It may fail you… Update your list daily, cross off completed tasks and add new ones that need to be done. Whenever possible, use a time log. Keep your workspace tidy, so that you can work efficiently. Try to complete one task before taking up another. 

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