Mes dessins✏



Mon Instagram: Chougaux Musique: Sunset lover de petit biscuit J’espère que cette vidéo va vous plaire car je me suis beaucoup amusée à la faire Abonne toi!

source

Ideas For Fashion Club Activities

Although many schools sponsor organizations for students interested in art, fashion design and merchandising, some students prefer to form informal fashion clubs. Students join these clubs because they are interested in a career in fashion, or simply want to share their love of fashion with others. Fashion clubs attract members by planning a variety of activities.

A fashion club has numerous options to choose from to complete community service. Project ideas include coat drives, collecting used clothing for disaster relief, raising money for a scholarship fund or supporting a famous fashion charity. Of course, service projects do not have to be related to the fashion industry. Recycling, health walks and food drives are also possibilities.

Club members can engage the student body by supporting school events. This may entail attending school athletic events, concerts and plays. See if the club can sell clothing designed by club members at these events to raise money for future club activities. Other students may be more willing to support and join a fashion club if they sense the club is supportive of other student organizations.

After the club has raised some funds, field trips can be discussed. Field trips can range from as close as in the school itself to hundreds of miles away. Set aside one meeting for club members to go to the school library to check out biographies of famous fashion designers. At the next meeting, hold a discussion on the designers. If the club has the necessary funds and the support and permission of the school administration, excursions off campus may be possible. Trip ideas includes jaunts to department stores, movies, restaurants and local fashion shows.

A major activity a fashion club can undertake is providing its members and others with information about the fashion industry. Many fashion clubs even make guest speakers the cornerstone of each meeting by extending speaking invitations to businesses and organizations associated with the fashion world. After listening to the guest, open up the floor for questions.

Another way to give out information is to organize a career fair. In a large room, arrange tables for representatives from various local baronesses and organizations. High on the list for invitations should be colleges that offer programs fashion programs, area fashion academies, design houses and clothing stores. Other possibilities include modeling schools and agencies, art institutes, beauty schools, wholesale clothing suppliers, and stores that traditionally hire students. Open the career fair to the general student body to encourage more businesses to participate.

The King of Pop, Michael Jackson – What Killed Him?

The world stands in amazement at the shocking death of Michael Jackson, King of Pop. I stand amazed that the world didn’t see this one coming. There were signs pointing in Michael’s direction like red flashing lights flickering to warn drivers of a crash up ahead on the road. What frightens me even more are the fans that were so disturbed about Michael’s death they have committed suicide. What? How do you spell dysfunction?

I could rant on and on but I will now get to the question that seems to be the banner of TV and print everywhere. What caused the demise of such a creative man? Several things. Life got mixed up. Did you ever wake up and wonder “how did I get here?” We start off as energetic kids full of enthusiasm for butterflies, dancing in the rain, and riding our bikes feeling the breeze on our faces. Then somewhere, that magic is gone. We look in the mirror and wonder who is that man? And even though I too believe that we call every situation into our experience – it still hurts. Being in this body we carry with us also prohibits our sight of the truth. It is a shadow of who we are and what we know on a soul level. So, here is my take on why Peter Pan got stuck and never grew up:

1. He grew up in a dysfunctional family: An abusive Father, perhaps an enabling Mother, and a lot of kids to raise.

2. He never had an opportunity to go through all of those developmental milestones that folks like Piaget and the others taught us in psychology 101 classes all over the world. In other words, childhood is the place we practice skills and gain freedoms slowly to prepare for adulthood.

3. His immense fame and income created a bubble that did not and could not encourage the mental health of any individual.

4. He made a huge jump for poverty to wealth that is often difficult to adjust to with self imposed limits.

5. He was considered the ‘golden’ child, the ‘money’ machine and so, at times, his monetary value overshadowed his personal well being.

What killed Michael Jackson? Life, with all of it freedoms whirled out of control until there, for Michael, seemed no way out except by the ultimate escape-DEATH. Some spiritualists say every death is truly a decision on some very deep level to leave physical form. We hate to even think that all deaths are suicide-but if we have free will and are the masters of our reality, it makes perfect sense. Their job is done, their lesson learned, or perhaps it would be better acquired at some other incarnation. I believe Michael got tired. I believe there are no mistakes in the universe. God is never late, he is always on time. Good bye Peter Pan. I will find you some where between sleep and morning-Tinker Bell. Let us remember, learn, and fly with greater compassion and wisdom.