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How To: Hold her hand

Every guy's there... You're taking a stroll with a girl you like and you want to grab her hand, but find your own claming up and getting sweaty! Yes, it's a bit nerve racking doing it for the first time: hand holding that is. Luckily, your Wing Girls are here to help! Get tips on how to get to the hand holding stage with the advice of these two young dating & relationship gurus.

How To: Create an adorable floral formal teen bun

Little girls are always in a rush to look just like their mommies. Just think pint-sized fashionistas like Suri Cruz and Courtney Cox's daughter Coco, who was recently caught by the paps wearing the same ruby lipstick as her mommy on a stroll. While we don't think that wearing makeup is all that age appropriate for a five year old, beautiful, youthful hairstyles are.

How To: Set up your email on the Apple iPhone

You have an iPhone now… but how do you add your email, so you can stay connected to everyone wherever you go? Setting up your email accounts always seem trick, but not on this device. Want to know how? Best Buy has answers. The Best Buy Mobile team explains how simple it is to set up your email on the Apple iPhone.

How To: Make holiday brunch ahead of time

In this video, we learn how to make holiday brunch ahead of time. Simple holiday brunch can take the pressure off and let you relax with your loved ones. Everything can be done a day ahead to let you do last minute tasks in just minutes. An overnight bread, cheese, and egg custard can sit in the fridge overnight so all you have to do in the morning is pop it into the oven. Try looking for coffee cakes that only take a few ingredients. Also, if you are making a salad, shred the lettuce ahead o...

How To: Tie your Converse shoelaces in a very cutesy, girly way

Converse sneakers are like the LBDs of our shoe wardrobe. And that's why we don't feel too original strolling down our college campus with the same black and white Chucks that every other girl has also got on. But you shouldn't sacrifice your Chucks for far more uncomfortable - and pinching! - flats or kitten heels just so you can stand out.

How To: Make a mermaid wave necklace

Crafter Brenda from Brightlings shows viewers how to make a mermaid wave necklace at home. This project will include certain tools and supplies which are further explained in the video. Any variation of colors can be used but the ones shown in the video give the necklace more of a mermaid ocean type look. This necklace is great for pairing up with your favorite bathing suit for a stroll along the beach or just to wear around the house while you daydream about swimming with the fish.

How To: Build a bat cave

August is a time when it is common to see bats flying overhead while taking an evening stroll or night fishing at your favorite spot. The two most common bats in Ohio are the little brown and the big brown bats and both are found in rural and urban settings. Bats serve a valuable purpose for humans because they feed on insects, including mosquitoes and those which plague farmers’ crops. However, bats sometimes create roosts, or gathering places, in people’s homes. Join Wild Ohio’s Donna Danie...

How To: Play roller derby for beginners

Roller derby is a sport (kind of) that involves two teams skating rounds around an oval track and trying to get ahead of one another. The fun, of course, is that there are "blockers" who try to prevent the "jammers," or scoring players, from getting ahead.

How To: Dance the Jitterbug Stroll

The Jitterbug is a popular swing dance, also known as the Lindy Hop and East Coast swing. In this four part how to video, Mike and Tina of Head Over Heels demonstrate the Jitterbug stroll. There are four steps to the Jitterbug stroll, the Pada Pada, the Knee Slap, the Suzie Q, and the Tick Tock. Watch this dance tutorial and you will be doing the Jitterbug in no time.

How To: Sync a Bluetooth earpiece to a BlackBerry device

Syncing your bluetooth earpiece to your BlackBerry device can be tricky. But pairing your bluetooth enables BlackBerry with your earpiece is actually quite easy. Best Buy has answers. The Best Buy Mobile team explains how to connect a Bluetooth earpiece to your mobile device. See how to access connections set-up on your Blackberry and also see how to wear a Bluetooth headset.

How To: Operate dynamic radar cruise control in the 2010 Toyota Prius

In this tutorial, we learn how to operate dynamic radar cruise control in the 2010 Prius. This supplements the conventional cruise control with a vehicle to vehicle cruise control. The radar system sees the car ahead and is less effected by bad weather conditions. The driver can select short, medium, or long driving distances. When cruising at a set speed that is faster than the car ahead, the vehicle will slow down to the speed of that car. A warning will be sounded to tell the driver to tak...

How To: Shoot like a pro as a newcomer to digital video

Learn the basics of shooting videos in this video. This funny and informative video from Vimeo's excellent Video 101 series of tutorials demonstrates the importance of things like always carrying extra batteries, holding on to the subject for at least 5 seconds, using the rule of thirds to compose the shots, and planning the shots ahead of time.

How To: Get a bigger butt with squats

In this video, we learn how to get a bigger butt with squats. First, place your feet wider than shoulder width apart. Then, point your toes out at a 45 degree angle and look straight ahead. Squat down as deep as you can while carrying a bar. Repeat this again, making sure you are keeping your head up and looking straight ahead. The deeper your squats, the larger your butt will be from the muscle you are building. Continue to do this for several reps, then add in more weights as your body gets...

How To: Walk in high heels with some helpful tips

In this video you can see how you can walk in high heels. Heels do not need to be long and thin to be considered fashionable. But no matter the length of your heel, take extra caution to keep your balance and place the least amount of strain on your muscles. Step with your heel down first, then let the sole follow quickly and smoothly. Walk with your toes pointing straight ahead or as close to straight ahead as possible. Swing your arms as you walk for balance. Keep your legs straight, close ...

How To: Craft a Chinese abacus with your kids

Teach your kids about the ancient Chinese abacus, often used as a counting tool, with the help of a fun arts & crafts project! In this Simple Kid's Crafts tutorial, learn how to construct a Chinese abacus for fun with your kids. This is the perfect project for children ages kindergarden and up! Help your kid's get ahead of the curve with fun, educational arts & crafts projects like this one.

How To: Make a Homemade Ice Pack

Why spend money on a commercial ice pack when you can make one at home in minutes? Whether you're thinking ahead for eventual accidents or aches or you're in the midst of a first aid emergency, the quick and simple ice pack in this how-to video will help ease your pain. All you need is water, rubbing alcohol, a freezer safe, sealable plastic bag, and the instructions in this informative video.

How To: Calculate your GPA

Every student with college aspirations should learn how to not only calculate their own GPA, but how to keep that GPA up! In this video, learn how to figure out your own GPA, whether you be in high school or college. Stay ahead of the curve by following this easy guide.

How To: Break up a traffic jam

Sometimes a single driver can vastly improve traffic. Drive like a trucker: keep a large space ahead of your car. This can erase the patterns of stop-and-go driving (wipe out the Traffic Waves.) It can also break up the clogged merge-zones at certain highway exit ramps.

How To: Count from 1 to 10 in Klingon

Admit it: you're a die-hard Star Trek fan at heart. And you know that the best aliens in Star Trek are the Klingons. This video will show you how to count in Klingon. There's English subtitles, but pay attention to the pronunciation! Once you learn these Klingon numbers, go ahead and try it out on your friends!

How To: Make an easy paper plate clock with your kids

Teach your children how to tell time by infusing a fun craft project into your lesson! In this short tutorial hosted by Simple Kid's Crafts, learn how to make an easy paper plate clock for children ages kindergarden and up. Get your kids ahead of the curve through fun and educational craft projects like this one.

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