How to make your holiday game strong

By James Beck

April 13 2015

All term, you are on countdown to the holidays, but then you actually get to the holidays, if you are anything like me you get bored really quickly.

So stop teasing your siblings, doing life drawing pictures of your dog, and trying to make scrambled eggs with only milk and a comb. That will only make things worse.

Instead, watch these videos on how to keep yourself fed and entertained when you have nothing to do and no one to cook for you.

Those videos probably weren’t very helpful, but be helpful to yourself.

I think the best thing you can do in the holidays is to write a list of everything that you want to do in the holidays and then make sure that you do at least one thing a day.

Here is my list:

1. Write a blog post. Tick.

Now you try…

James Beck

Senior presenter and South Island coordinator, James Beck joined Attitude in 2007 with over two years’ experience working alongside young people. James’ interest in and engagement with youth culture (he an active member of three bands) is key to his ability to relate to a young audience. He is strongly motivated to help youth realise their full potential, and sincerely inspires them to do so. James has delivered presentations to over 200,000 young people nationwide.

3 responses to “How to make your holiday game strong”

  1. Gus says:

    Sounds fun.
    How about cake decorating noodles?
    These give me some great ideas on how to prank people

  2. Izzie says:

    I’m in the assembly dude you mailed it ĺĺkhgv

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