I'm leaving for college; how do I have my best summer yet? It will be gone before I know it.
Just have fun with friends! Go on adventures or whatever else you want to do, it's your summer only you can make it a great one! ~Supportive Sally Leaving for college, how do I have my best summer yet? ...I'd say to spend quality time with your family. Also to try and make lasting memories with your friends and cherish these last few months as best you can... ~Quiet Quinn
Leaving your friends and family can be really tough! Make sure you say goodbye to everyone, even that one person you've been crushing on. You're leaving for college soon, so you might as well tell everyone how you feel. ~Flirty Frenchy
Spend a lot of time with your family!! They’re going to miss you so much next year, so cherish your time together. ~Motherly Molly
Make the most of your time with your friends, and take all opportunities handed to you during this time! This is that small amount of time in the year where you can accomplish all your goals without the drainage of school. ~Confident Conny To have the best summer even just do whatever the heck you want! If you want to go on a spontaneous trip to somewhere in the middle of nowhere, go. If you want to eat that chilly dog covered in extra pickles, do it. Never say no and don’t give a hoot about what other people think. ~Bratty Betty
My parents aren't letting me go down the shore with myfriends 4th of July weekend and I'm feeling left out. How can I persuade them to let me go?
I'm sure you can convince them! Do it in a calm and nice way and reassure them they have nothing to worry about! You can do this! ~Supportive Sally
My parents aren't letting me go down the shore with my friends 4th of July weekend and I'm feeling left out. How can I persuade them to let me go? ...Tell them the facts and be honest. Tell them who's going and what you are going to do. If that doesn't work let it go it's just a weekend... ~Quiet Quinn
You need to convince your parents that you are responsible! That means you may have to make some sacrifices, such as spending time with your significant other. ~Flirty Frenchy
Your parents are just trying to keep your best interest in mind. Don’t push them too much, okay? They’re just trying to show that they care, honey! ~Motherly Molly
Make them they're favorite dinner, be super nice the whole week leading up, cleaning around the house, and then drop it on them as they're eating some yummy apple pie with ice cream!! ~Confident Conny Here’s what you do. Get your dad a dozen doughnuts and get your mom a giant glass of wine and beg your heart out. And don’t stop. Ever. ~Bratty Betty
I just started a new job and there's a really cute girl that I want to notice me but I'm so shy around her that I can barely say hi. Suggestions?
Be yourself and have confidence! Do what your comfortable with because anyone would be lucky to talk to you! And girls love when guys are comfortable around them! ~Supportive Sally
I just started a new job and there's a really cute girl that I want to notice me but I'm so shy around her I can barely say hi. Suggestions? ... Keep to yourself. Try and talk a little at first. Maybe just about work and work related things. Slowly work up your courage... ~Quiet Quinn
Since you're new ask her to give you the inside scoop on everyone that works there. Try to talk to her about things other than work, too. Tell her she's pretty...girls love that. ~Flirty Frenchy
There’s no need to be nervous!! She’s just a girl, and I’m sure she’d appreciate you making an effort to talk to her. Just say hello and be your wonderful self—she’ll fall for you in no time! ~Motherly Molly
The best thing to is be confident with what ever you do. Fake it till you make it is what I always say, so basically if you're a naturally shy boy, then pretend that you're that amazing, knowledgable man you know you are deep down, and she'll totally say yes! ~Confident Conny
Just walk up to her and ask her on a date. If she says no, at least you tried. ~Bratty Betty