*With apologies to Peter Gabriel and his often misheard "Games Without Frontiers".
Tip of the Day: Set out your First Day of School Outfit the night before. Not to save time, but to know that you'll look hot on Day #1!
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I was never the boy crazy teen that some of my girlfriends were, but there was one distinct boy I was totally psyched about seeing every year in junior high -- not that I told anyone at the time and risked public humiliation/rejection! We were school acquaintances only, but that didn't stop me from fantasizing that we'd see each other after a summer of no contact and he'd instantly ask me out. I saw it all so clearly in my head. Why didn't it ever happen?
Maybe because I didn't have an old book called HOW TO BE POPULAR. Or Meg Cabot's book HOW TO BE POPULAR in which Steph finds an old book with the same name that she's sure will escalate her into the It Crowd in no time -- as long as she follows the rules.
This year at school will be different for sure -- Steph just knows it!
Win this book and learn the rules that I never had as a teen! Leave a comment by midnight EST for one chance to win. Link to this contest in your blog and let us know for two chances to win. Tina will announce the winner on Thursday. (We can only mail prizes to U.S. addresses.)
Were you popular in high school? If so, how did YOU get to the upper echelon?
Deena, Miss Recently Repped