Suppose you woke up and learned that school had been canceled for the day. What would you do with your unexpected free time?
Who would you like to be stuck in an elevator with and why?
If you could start a business what would you sell?
A genie grants you the perfect part-time job. What would you like to do and why?
What three famous people would you like to spend an afternoon with? What would you like to talk to them about?
What advice do you have for younger students about high school?
What's the best financial advice you've ever heard? Why?
If you were limited to only one electronic device, what would it be and why?
Imagine your picture on the cover of TIME magazine. What's the headline?
Describe the perfect meal. The perfect snack.
What are you saving for?
What's the worst money mistake people can make?
What's your favorite song about money?
Whose face would you put on a $75 bill?
Who's your role model? What do you admire about this person and why?
Catch up on sleep, get ahead on school assignments, practice flute and piano, and read. I would also relax, spend time with my family and maybe my friends, and go to bed early.
President Obama. I think we could have some very interesting conversations, and then I'm sure I wouldn't be stuck for very long. Frankly, a good portion of the U.S. workforce would probably be focused on getting us (i.e., President Obama) out.
Books. I love reading and I want to instill the love of books in others.
Teaching Latin classes. It is a disappearing language, but it is still very important. If I could teach part time, then I could still do other things while helping to preserve Latin, the base of nearly all modern languages.
George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and President Barack Obama. I would like to talk to them about how the U. S. has changed over time, which of those changes have been desirable, and which have been undesirable.
Be yourself and try to make true friends. Get involved in your high school, but also work hard to get good grades. This may be a challenge, but working to maintain this balance will teach you many useful skills along the way.
"Make a budget." It's true. If you don't have a plan for how you will spend your money, then you will end up spending it on many unnecessary items. Later, you will find yourself with nothing to spend on necessary items. Budgets simplify this by giving you a plan to follow, so you don't have to worry about running out of cash for the essential items.
My Kindle. A Kindle ensures that I can never grow bored. With it, I have access to a nearly infinite number of books, the Internet, and many other things. Thus, with my Kindle I would be able to communicate with others, as well as guarantee that I would never run out of things to do and books to read.
"Classical Studies Professor Discovers Ancient Language."
Sausage and peppers with garlic, mashed potatoes, brown sugared carrots, and a Caesar salad. The perfect snack would be blueberries with whipped cream, and strawberry lemonade.
College, as well as any materials I will need for college.
Spending all of their money as soon as they get it, without any plan.
"Money, Money, Money," by Abba.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He contributed quite a bit to this country and I consider him equal to the others who are honored on U.S. currency.
Benjamin Franklin. He contributed so very much to the U.S. I admire his contributions because he did them willingly, but did not receive incredible recognition for them. He was never elected president or any other grand title but he still did so much for this country.
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