My boyfriend has a Google Nexus 4 phone, but we lost the 'key' which came with it when we recently moved house. He has just received a new sim, and because we can't find the key, he's not been able to get the back of the phone off.
Does anyone know of any tricks for getting the back off without the little key? I've tried googling but just keep getting articles for upcoming releases of the phone!
My school is having an entrepreneurship week, and we're supposed to create our own items to sell. My group is making keychains, and I'm in charge of drawing/printing the laminated paper keychains. We're going to be selling these to 9, 10 and 11-year-old students. I've drawn some chibis, but I'm worried the kids won't like them and that we won't meet the profit requirement of $15. I'm planning to print out some Hello Kitty, Pokémon and Transformers images too. Are there any cartoon characters (or any images, in general) that you think the kids might like? Thanks!
ETA: We're selling the keychains to students from our affiliated primary school, so I don't know the students well. Also, I live in Singapore, if that helps.
So I know IT'S NOT EVEN THANKSGIVING YET, but because I'm starting my shopping way early this year to ensure I can afford to get the people in my life nice things, do you know what you want to get your loved ones for Christmas? What?
I'm going to be finishing my 5th grade student teaching placement in 2 weeks and I'm going to be giving the kids little goodie bags as a thank you. I started buying some stuff tonight and so far I have pencils, erasers, and temporary tattoos. I plan on adding some candy to the bag (I've already checked with the teacher - no allergies or special diets), but I feel like there should be something else. I don't want to buy them cheap, plastic toys that will break or get lost within 5 minutes, but I'm also on a budget - and I have to buy for 51 students. My cooperating teacher said nothing is off limits, but I want to give them something they'll actually enjoy. Any inexpensive suggestions for 10/11 year old kids?
DK/DC - Do any of you ladies actually hand wash your bras? I feel like I should probably start doing it but it seems like it would be tedious and I feel like I wouldn't be able to get them clean enough. Right now I just wash them on a gentle cycle in my washing machine and hang dry them, but I feel like I need to start taking better care of them.