List of videos to help with organization for school!

Organizing your planner, notebook, or binder!

Setting Up My School Planner
Back to School Organization Tips: Binder & School Notebook Organization
Class and outlining notes: How I organize my binder

Back to School: How I organize my planner!

Organizing your desk! + DIY desk ideas

How to Organize Your Desk
DIY Desk Decorations! 
DIY Desk Decor Cute and Afforable
Make Your Own Comic Book Desk
School Supply Organization: How to Organize small office supplies at school!

Study Organization

Creating a Study Guide
How to; Take Class Notes and Study for tests
Organization and Study Tips

Lunch ideas to take to school

Healthy School Lunch Ideas
5 Healthy and Delicious Recipes
Healthy and Affordable Lunch Ideas for School and Work

  1. Using your Ultra-Fine tip Sharpie, make a zigzag pattern horizontally. You don’t want it to be overly pattern-y. Might sound silly but I tried thinking of an electrocardiogram pattern from when a doctor is looking at your heartbeat.
  1. Follow the ultra-fine pen with your Sally Hansen nail art pen.
  2. Next use your gold metallic Sharpie in between.
  3. Last, take your topcoat and slowly add a layer. The lines will smudge into each other creating the look. Wait for that first topcoat to dry entirely before adding another if desired. You’ll want to wipe off your topcoat brush each time as it will get a little color on it. I used polish remover and a paper towel.


76,000 people in Maryland, Virginia, and DC lose their health insurance plans because of Obamacare


It just keeps happening.  300,000 people in Florida.  800,000 people in New Jersey.  This report is from Washington DC and surrounding states of Maryland and Virginia. 76,000 people from a single insurance company are receiving notice that their health insurance plans are being cancelled due to new regulations under Obamacare.

from Washington Examiner:

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield is being forced to cancel plans that currently cover 76,000 individuals in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., due to changes made by President Obama’s health care law, the company told the Washington Examiner today.

That represents more than 40 percent of the 177,000 individuals covered by CareFirst in those states.

Though Obama famously promised that those who liked their health care coverage could keep it under his program, in reality, the health care law imposes a raft of new regulations on insurance policies starting Jan. 1 that are forcing insurers across the country to terminate existing plans.

In theory, rules were supposed to allow pre-existing plans to be “grandfathered in,” but they were written so narrowly that they leave out many plans.

"Of the 177,000 individuals under age 65 who are covered by CareFirst, about 76,000 of them are in a non-grandfathered plan — a plan that will not comply with the guidelines imposed by the Affordable Care Act at their time of renewal this year or next," CareFirst said in an email in response to an inquiry by the Examiner.

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Remember when Obama said this?  

He said it over and over again.  It was a lie, and conservatives said so at the time.  Now everybody knows it, but it’s too late.

Note to Obama: delaying the individual mandate without Congress is ILLEGAL


There are reports tonight that the Obama administration is milling the idea of delaying the individual mandate by up to six weeks.  

Brian Williams led with the story on NBC Nightly News:

There’s just one problem with this.  Without an act of Congress, delaying the enrollment date required by the individual mandate is against the law.  It’s written into the Affordable Care Act itself.

from Washington Examiner:

Even if Obama wanted to extend the open enrollment period, he wouldn’t be allowed to without an act of Congress — at least if he wants to follow the law he signed.

Though the health care law granted the Secretary of Health and Human Services discretion to define dates for the open enrollment period to occur each year, it also specified that the initial enrollment period (i.e. the current one) had to be announced by July 1, 2012.

Specifically, Section 1311 of the healthcare law reads, "ENROLLMENT PERIODS: The Secretary shall require an Exchange to provide for— (A) an initial open enrollment, as determined by the Secretary (such determination to be made not later than July 1, 2012)."

Given that HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has already determined that the enrollment period must end on March 31 — and nearly 16 months has passed since she made that determination — extending the period would require an act of Congress to change the law.

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We are now way past the July 1, 2012 date that required Sibelius to set the enrollment period.  The Obama administration cannot change the enrollment period without going to Congress.  

And you know what that means….If Obama takes this to Congress, the Conservatives will have all the leverage in the world. 

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