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  • Spiked Arnold Palmer | Birdyslade

    Spiked Arnold Palmer Spiked Arnold Palmer has an average of 135 calories and 5% alcohol content. The main type of alcohol is Vodka/Tea*. Ingredients Instructions Video Other Cocktails Anker Ingredients Ingredients • 1 1/2 oz Vodka or Bourbon • 3 oz Iced tea • 3 oz Lemonade • Ice • Lemon wedge (for garnish) Buy The Book - 100 Cocktail Recipes 100 Cocktail Recipes QR Code to 1 Minute Videos Calories per Cocktail Alcoholic Content Advice - Tips - Ideas Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Anchor Instructions Instructions • Mix Ingredients: In a highball glass filled with ice, mix vodka or bourbon, iced tea, and lemonade. • Stir and Serve: Stir well and garnish with a lemon wedge. Anchor Video 1 Minute Video on How to Make Spiked Arnold Palmer Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Other Cocktails I have curated all the videos from YouTube, picking the best, shortest and most informative. These will be displayed on this page from YouTube. If you prefer me to feature a different video, please let me know.

  • My Brother is a Bully | Birdyslade

    < Back My Brother is a Bully Hi Birdy, I attend the same college as my brother, Dillon, who joined a year before me. It turns out he has a terrible reputation as a of women and he often bullies others... I've seen him do it. Before, Dillon was a nice boy, and we got on well. People avoid me because they seem to think I'm just like my brother. I was, but I can't believe he has changed so much. Should I apply to another college? Sara, PA Hey Sara, It's tough when the actions of a family member can affect your own reputation, especially when they've changed so much from how they used to be. I can imagine how frustrating and hurtful this situation must be for you. Before making any decisions about changing colleges, take some time to reflect on what you want and what's best for your own growth and well-being. Consider talking to your brother about the changes you've noticed in him and how his actions are affecting you and others. If you still feel uncomfortable at your current college and it's negatively impacting your experience, exploring other college options might be worth considering. Going to a different college could provide a fresh start and an opportunity to build your own identity and relationships without the shadow of your brother's reputation. No matter what you decide, remember that you are not defined by your brother's actions. You are your own person, with your own values and choices. Surround yourself with supportive friends and find activities or clubs where you can connect with like-minded people who appreciate you for who you are. Stay true to yourself, Sara, and trust your instincts when making important decisions. You have the power to shape your own future and create a positive path for yourself. Wishing you clarity and strength as you navigate through this challenging situation, Birdy Previous Next

  • 10 Things You Can Do to Get More Friends | Birdyslade

    < Back 10 Things You Can Do to Get More Friends Try these ideas – you’ll be amazed how some of them can work. Hey there, lovely readers! Birdy here, ready to help you navigate the world of friendship and connections. Making friends can be both exciting and challenging, especially during those teenage and young adult years. If you're looking to expand your social circle and build meaningful friendships, I've got some handy tips for you! Let's dive in: Be Yourself: Embrace your authentic self! Friends are attracted to genuine and real people. Pretending to be someone you're not won't lead to lasting connections. Be proud of your uniqueness and let your true personality shine. Initiate Conversations: Don't be afraid to start conversations with new people. Whether it's in school, college, or a social event, take the first step and introduce yourself. Sometimes all it takes is a friendly "hello" to open the door to new friendships. Listen Actively: Show genuine interest in others by actively listening to what they have to say. Ask questions, engage in their stories, and be present in the moment. People love to be heard and appreciated. Join Clubs or Groups: Seek out clubs or organizations that align with your interests and passions. It's a fantastic way to meet like-minded individuals who share your hobbies and values. Volunteer: Get involved in volunteering opportunities in your community. Not only will you be giving back, but you'll also have the chance to meet compassionate individuals who care about making a difference. Be Supportive: Show kindness and support to your existing friends and peers. Being a good friend will attract others who appreciate your caring nature. Social Media Connections: While face-to-face interactions are essential, social media can also be a platform to connect with others. Engage positively and respectfully with others on social media, and it can lead to meaningful friendships offline. Attend Events and Gatherings: Say yes to social invitations and attend events or gatherings. These situations provide opportunities to meet new people and broaden your circle of friends. Be Open-Minded: Be open to meeting people from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Embrace the beauty of different perspectives and learn from each other's experiences. Practice Empathy and Understanding: Everyone goes through tough times. Practice empathy, be understanding, and offer support when needed. True friendships are built on trust and compassion. Remember, building friendships takes time and effort, but it's worth it. Not every connection will turn into a lifelong friendship, and that's okay. Cherish the moments you share with others and enjoy the journey of finding your tribe. So go out there, be your fabulous self, and let the friendships bloom! Until next time, Birdy ❤️ Previous Next

  • My Parents Want Me To Eat - But My Friends Think I'm Fat | Birdyslade

    < Back My Parents Want Me To Eat - But My Friends Think I'm Fat Dear Birdy Slade, I'm a 14-year-old girl, and I'm really struggling at home and school. My friends keep teasing me about my weight, calling me fat, which makes me feel awful. Because of this, I've started eating less, but now my parents are constantly nagging me about not eating enough. They don't know about the teasing, and I feel too embarrassed to tell them. I'm stuck between feeling pressured by my friends and nagged at by my parents. I don't know how to handle this situation. What should I do? Sincerely, Sindy Dear Sindy, First and foremost, I want you to know that you are not alone in this struggle, and it's brave of you to reach out for advice. The pressure you're facing from your friends and the situation at home can feel overwhelming, but there are ways to navigate through this. Regarding your friends, it's important to remember that true friends should support and uplift you, not make you feel bad about yourself. Your worth is not determined by your weight or appearance. It's okay to stand up for yourself and tell them their comments are hurtful. If you don't feel comfortable doing this, consider spending time with other peers who treat you with the respect and kindness you deserve. As for your parents, they might be nagging out of concern but not realizing the impact it has on you. It's important to communicate with them. You don't have to go into the details about the teasing if you're not ready, but you can express that their comments about your eating habits are making you feel stressed. Let them know you need their support, not pressure. Your health, both mental and physical, is extremely important. If you're finding it hard to eat properly because of these pressures, it might be helpful to talk to a counselor or a trusted adult at school. They can provide support and help you develop healthy coping strategies. Remember, you are worthy of respect and kindness, from others and from yourself. Take care of your well-being and surround yourself with people who make you feel good about who you are. Sending you strength and support, Birdy Slade Previous Next

  • Baby Bellini | Birdyslade

    Baby Bellini No Alcohol, less than 150 calories. Ingredients Instructions Video Other Cocktails Anker Ingredients Ingredients Peach puree: 2 oz • Sparkling apple cider • Ice • Raspberry (for garnish) Buy The Book - 100 Cocktail Recipes 100 Cocktail Recipes QR Code to 1 Minute Videos Calories per Cocktail Alcoholic Content Advice - Tips - Ideas Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Anchor Instructions Instructions Put peach puree in a champagne flute. • Top with sparkling apple cider. • Add ice if desired. • Garnish with a raspberry. Anchor Video 1 Minute Video on How to Make Baby Bellini Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Other Cocktails I have curated all the videos from YouTube, picking the best, shortest and most informative. These will be displayed on this page from YouTube. If you prefer me to feature a different video, please let me know.

  • Kamikaze | Birdyslade

    Kamikaze Kamikaze has an average of 140 calories and 27% alcohol content. The main type of alcohol is Vodka. Ingredients Instructions Video Other Cocktails Anker Ingredients Ingredients • 1 oz Vodka • 1 oz Triple Sec • 1 oz Lime Juice • Ice • Lime wheel (for garnish) Buy The Book - 100 Cocktail Recipes 100 Cocktail Recipes QR Code to 1 Minute Videos Calories per Cocktail Alcoholic Content Advice - Tips - Ideas Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Anchor Instructions Instructions • Mix Ingredients: In a shaker, combine vodka, triple sec, and lime juice with ice. • Shake: Shake well until chilled. • Strain and Serve: Strain into a chilled cocktail glass or shoot it. Garnish with a lime wheel. Anchor Video 1 Minute Video on How to Make Kamikaze Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Other Cocktails I have curated all the videos from YouTube, picking the best, shortest and most informative. These will be displayed on this page from YouTube. If you prefer me to feature a different video, please let me know.

  • French Martini | Birdyslade

    French Martini French Martini has an average of 150 calories and 27% alcohol content. The main type of alcohol is Vodka. Ingredients Instructions Video Other Cocktails Anker Ingredients Ingredients • 1 1/2 oz Vodka • 1/2 oz Chambord or Raspberry Liqueur • 2 oz Pineapple Juice • Ice • Raspberry or lemon twist (for garnish) Buy The Book - 100 Cocktail Recipes 100 Cocktail Recipes QR Code to 1 Minute Videos Calories per Cocktail Alcoholic Content Advice - Tips - Ideas Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Anchor Instructions Instructions • Mix Ingredients: In a shaker, combine vodka, Chambord, and pineapple juice with ice. • Shake: Shake well until chilled. • Strain and Serve: Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a raspberry or lemon twist. Anchor Video 1 Minute Video on How to Make French Martini Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Other Cocktails I have curated all the videos from YouTube, picking the best, shortest and most informative. These will be displayed on this page from YouTube. If you prefer me to feature a different video, please let me know.

  • Caipirinha | Birdyslade

    Caipirinha Caipirinha has an average of 175 calories and 43% alcohol content. The main type of alcohol is Cachaça. Ingredients Instructions Video Other Cocktails Anker Ingredients Ingredients • 2 oz Cachaça • Half a lime, cut into wedges • 2 teaspoons Sugar • Ice Buy The Book - 100 Cocktail Recipes 100 Cocktail Recipes QR Code to 1 Minute Videos Calories per Cocktail Alcoholic Content Advice - Tips - Ideas Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Anchor Instructions Instructions • Muddle Lime and Sugar: In a glass, muddle the lime wedges with sugar. • Add Cachaça and Ice: Fill the glass with ice and add the cachaça. • Stir and Serve: Stir well to mix and chill. Anchor Video 1 Minute Video on How to Make Caipirinha Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Other Cocktails I have curated all the videos from YouTube, picking the best, shortest and most informative. These will be displayed on this page from YouTube. If you prefer me to feature a different video, please let me know.

  • Godfather | Birdyslade

    Godfather Godfather has an average of 190 calories and 30% alcohol content. The main type of alcohol is Scotch or Amaretto*. Ingredients Instructions Video Other Cocktails Anker Ingredients Ingredients • 1 1/2 oz Scotch Whisky • 1/2 oz Amaretto • Ice • Orange peel (for garnish, optional) Buy The Book - 100 Cocktail Recipes 100 Cocktail Recipes QR Code to 1 Minute Videos Calories per Cocktail Alcoholic Content Advice - Tips - Ideas Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Anchor Instructions Instructions • Mix Ingredients: In a rocks glass filled with ice, combine Scotch and Amaretto. • Stir and Serve: Stir gently. Optionally, garnish with an orange peel. Anchor Video 1 Minute Video on How to Make Godfather Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Other Cocktails I have curated all the videos from YouTube, picking the best, shortest and most informative. These will be displayed on this page from YouTube. If you prefer me to feature a different video, please let me know.

  • Am I a Narcissist | Birdyslade

    < Back Am I a Narcissist Dear Birdy, Birdy, I've looked it up but I want to know if I am a narcissist. Recently two of my friends said I was and they said I am 'toxic'. We are all girls in the same class - believe it or not, we are all 18 and in college. We decided to come to the same one after school as we've been friends forever. Now, I am alone. Because we three go everywhere together, I've made no other friends and I'm worried it is too late. I have taken those tests online and none of them says I'm toxic or a narcissist. What should I do, Tillie, PA. Hey Tillie, It's brave of you to confront these feelings and seek understanding. Firstly, don't panic just yet. It's not uncommon for friends to have disagreements or to feel hurt by each other's actions at times. It doesn't necessarily mean you're a narcissist or toxic. It's essential to remember that online tests can only give you a general idea and should not be the sole basis for self-diagnosis. If you're genuinely concerned about your behavior or how you're impacting your friendships, consider talking to a mental health professional. They can help you gain deeper insights into your thoughts and feelings and guide you through this process. In the meantime, try to have an open and honest conversation with your friends. Express your feelings and let them know that you value your friendship and want to understand their concerns. Communication is key to resolving conflicts and strengthening relationships. If it turns out that some of your behaviors have been negatively affecting your friendships, use this as an opportunity for personal growth. Be open to feedback and take the time to reflect on your actions and how you can improve. Don't worry about making new friends at college. It's never too late to connect with new people. Join clubs or organizations that interest you, and you'll likely find others who share your passions and hobbies. Remember, we all have the power to change and grow. Be kind to yourself and take small steps towards building healthier and more meaningful relationships. Wishing you the best of luck on this journey of self-discovery, Birdy Previous Next

  • Grasshopper | Birdyslade

    Grasshopper Grasshopper has an average of 237 calories and 12% alcohol content. The main type of alcohol is Crème de Menthe, Crème de Cacao. Ingredients Instructions Video Other Cocktails Anker Ingredients Ingredients • 1 oz Crème de Menthe (Green) • 1 oz Crème de Cacao (White) • 1 oz Heavy Cream • Ice • Chocolate shavings or mint leaf (for garnish) Buy The Book - 100 Cocktail Recipes 100 Cocktail Recipes QR Code to 1 Minute Videos Calories per Cocktail Alcoholic Content Advice - Tips - Ideas Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Anchor Instructions Instructions • Mix Ingredients: In a shaker, combine crème de menthe, crème de cacao, and heavy cream with ice. • Shake: Shake well until chilled. • Strain and Serve: Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with chocolate shavings or a mint leaf. Anchor Video 1 Minute Video on How to Make Grasshopper Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Other Cocktails I have curated all the videos from YouTube, picking the best, shortest and most informative. These will be displayed on this page from YouTube. If you prefer me to feature a different video, please let me know.

  • Long Island Iced Tea | Birdyslade

    Long Island Iced Tea Long Island Iced Tea has an average of 220 calories and 22% alcohol content. The main type of alcohol is Vodka, Tequila, Rum, Gin, Triple Sec. Ingredients Instructions Video Other Cocktails Anker Ingredients Ingredients • ½ oz Vodka • ½ oz Tequila • ½ oz White Rum • ½ oz Gin • ½ oz Triple sec • 1 oz Lemon juice • 1 oz Simple syrup • Cola • Ice • Lemon slice (for garnish) Buy The Book - 100 Cocktail Recipes 100 Cocktail Recipes QR Code to 1 Minute Videos Calories per Cocktail Alcoholic Content Advice - Tips - Ideas Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Anchor Instructions Instructions • Mix Spirits and Lemon Juice: In a shaker, combine vodka, tequila, rum, gin, triple sec, lemon juice, and syrup with ice. • Shake: Shake well. • Strain and Top with Cola: Strain into a highball glass filled with ice. Top with a splash of cola. • Garnish and Serve: Garnish with a lemon slice. Anchor Video 1 Minute Video on How to Make Long Island Iced Tea Order Now - USA Order Now - UK Other Cocktails I have curated all the videos from YouTube, picking the best, shortest and most informative. These will be displayed on this page from YouTube. If you prefer me to feature a different video, please let me know.

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