Stuff Every Woman Should Know (Pocket Companions)

Stuff Every Woman Should Know (Pocket Companions)

Alanna Kalb

Language: English

Pages: 144

ISBN: 1594744440

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

This pocket-sized companion features everything a woman should know including:
     •  How to Ask for a Raise
     •  Ten Stylish Pieces Every Woman Should Own
     •  How to Throw a Football
     •  Good Responses to Bad Pick-Up Lines
     •  How to Host a Cocktail Party
     •  How to Parallel Park
Plus advice on etiquette and social situations, entertaining and cooking tips, do-it-yourself instructions, health information, self-defense techniques, and much, much more!

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area. Open your hand and strike it with the meaty base of your palm in an upward direction. You can cause a severe nosebleed or even break the nose if the blow is strong enough. • If your attacker is facing you and holding you by the shoulders or choking you, throw your arms up between his as if you were pushing back your hair. Break his grip by bringing your arms down outside of his and pushing his arms down at the elbows. • The groin is one of the most painful places to target. Cup

cling to sticky cat hair, fashion emergencies take many forms and cause much consternation. • Hairspray lightly spritzed on your legs will keep silk skirts and other lightweight fabrics from clinging. You can also rub your legs with a dryer sheet. • Speaking of stockings, carry an extra pair if you’re going somewhere important. If you catch a run early enough, clear nail polish will stop it in its tracks. • For a broken heel or snagged nail, crazy glue is the answer (but use it sparingly). The

talking, people look at each other an average of only 60 percent of the time. Increased eye contact conveys interest without ever speaking a word. Although simple in concept, it’s hard to master. Too little eye contact and the other person will think you’re not interested; too much and you will look like a creepy stalker. To catch someone’s eye from across the room, hold your gaze two seconds longer than you normally would. Look away and then glance back. If your eyes meet, smile. • Smile. A

Him: “How do you like your eggs in the morning?” You: “Unfertilized.” Him: “I can tell that you want me.” You: “Ohhhh. You’re so right. I want you … to leave.” Him: “Your body is like a temple.” You: “Sorry, there are no services today.” Him: “Hey baby, do you have a minute?” You: “Sorry, I’m fresh out.” Him: “Is this seat empty?” You: “Yes, and this one will be, too, if you sit down.” How to End a Relationship The end of a relationship is never fun, whether you’re on the

you. The calmer you are, the calmer the other person will be as well. Some people can become irrational, overly dramatic, or even violent. If you sense that will be the case, meet in a public setting, such as a coffee shop, or have a nearby friend or relative on-call to be there at a moment’s notice. 7. “Let’s still be friends” never works. You need some time and space before that is possible. Someday you may be able to rekindle a friendship, but immediately after the breakup you need to make a

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