Resources from Claire M

scrapbook iconSay 'I Love You'

Ready to take the plunge and introduce that most romantic phrase into your relationship's dialogue?


1 Decide if you do, indeed, love your mate. Most partners can see through a half-hearted "love ya" - which won't do your relationship any good.

2 Consider the possibility that your partner might not respond with the hoped-for "I love you, too." If you can handle that and still want to express your love, go for it. If you can't then consider holding off until either your partner will respond as hoped or you're ok with it if he or she doesn't.

3 Think about how you'd like to let your partner know the way you feel , keeping in mind that uttering those words may give birth to a life long memory. If spontaneity works for you, wait for the perfect moment. If you're more methodical, consider writing a love letter first, then telling your mate in person the next time you get together.

4 If you decide in advance when to reveal your love, plan a special evening around it. Such relationship milestones warrant celebration.

5 When you tell your partner you love him or her, do so while making total eye contact, and while you are holding each other. This gives the moment the intimacy it deserves.

*Tip Avoid saying the "L" word for the first time in the heat of passion - your partner may doubt the sincerity of your proclamation.

From ehow's book: How To Do Just About Everything

All our love
Team Everything x


scrapbook iconDon't Know Much About History...

A love song for love day.

All our love
Team Everything x

scrapbook iconHow To Say 'I Love You' In 5 Languages

Japanese - Aishiteru

German - Ich liebe dich

Italian - Ti amo

Hawaiian - Aloha wau ia oi

Hungarian - Szeretlek

Learn more languages here

All our love
Team Everything x

scrapbook iconLearn To Flirt

Flirt with Kitty Stryker

All our love
Team Everything x

scrapbook iconEverything Loves...

Claire loves Letraset.
Russell loves trains.
Andy loves unconditionally.
Sangeet loves football.
Paul loves TED.
Dougald loves being left alone.
Hugo loves a good dentist.
Peter loves Everything.

We love you
Team Everything x


scrapbook iconMUTO by BLU

scrapbook iconSpecialist Subject

Everyone has a specialist subject. What's yours? If you haven't signed up to teach yet, create a teaching profile and share your knowledge for love or money.


scrapbook iconHe was the reason I studied art

'Tony Hart, artist and inspiration for children, dies at 83...'


scrapbook iconMerry Christmas from Team Everything

From all at School of Everything:


scrapbook iconSnow Pun Intended

How to Build a Snowman

Since it’s nearly Christmas, here are two lessons in one:

1. Get up early before the lovely crisp white snow turns into dirty brown yucky sludge, and give this a try.

2.Never, ever, ever eat yellow snow.


scrapbook iconCool Snaps

Take Good Photos in the Snow

Cameras at the ready! Photographic evidence that everyone had a lovely Christmas is a must! Make like David Bailey and show your friends how it is done!

scrapbook iconHow to Ho Ho Ho

Father Christmas has signed up to… sort of.

James Croft is an Arts Education Expert by day, but as the festive season approaches, chances are he’ll be taking on the prestigious role of Father Christmas once again. And if you ask him nicely, maybe he’ll teach you how.

scrapbook iconIt’s a Wrap

How to wrap your Christmas gifts

The Wham! Rap is a stroke of musical genius; but when it comes to Christmas presents, if your best efforts look like this, fear not - here is a little lesson in how it should be done.


scrapbook iconGet Cracking

Make Christmas Crackers

How do cats greet each other at Christmas?
"A furry merry Christmas & happy mew year!"

If you like your jokes so bad they hurt, buy your Crackers from the High Street. But to make your Christmas go with a bang – make you own.


scrapbook iconAngel of the North (Pole)

How to Make a Snow Angel

The odds of a white Christmas in London this year are 7/1. Keep your fingers crossed and give this a try.


scrapbook iconPossibly the most important lesson at Christmas

How to cure a hangover

Christmas tipples can leave you feeling a bit topsy-turvy the next morning. Don’t get hung up about your hangover. Learn how to massage it away.

scrapbook iconA Sight for Saw Eyes

Alternative Office Party Entertainment

Check out Musical Saw teacher Charles Hindmarsh and his amazing rendition of ‘Walking in the Air'.

scrapbook iconHave a Very Minty Christmas

How to make sweet stuff

How about an alternative to Christmas pudding, Christmas Cake, Mince Pies and Yule Log? Here are some very easy to make sweet treats, and you might want some of these too. Mint.


scrapbook iconKissy Kissy

How does your Mistletoe grow?

Mistletoe is a bit weird but kissing under it is quite nice. Learn about mistletoe myths and growing tips here. If you’re more interested in the kissing and would like some lessons in love, say hello to our (very) friendly Flirting Teacher Kitty Stryker.

scrapbook iconGet Piste

Learn to Ski or Snowboard

If you’ve had enough of sitting by the fire and eating as much as humanly possible, here is an alternative: a little festive fitness. Try it in the mountains, or closer to home.

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