The 17 Best Moments From The Camp In 'The Parent Trap'

The 17 Best Moments From The Camp In 'The Parent Trap'

We all wanted to go to Camp Walden for girls.
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1. When we met the coolest, most underrated character in cinematic history, TIE-DYE GIRL.

2. When Annie arrived at camp and she and Martin did their infamous handshake.

3. After an epic fencing battle, when the twins realized that they look just alike.

4. And Annie gave Halle a piece of her mind in this timeless quote.

5. Then they played the most badass game of poker ever.

6. Afterwards, Halle pulled off the most insane prank Camp Walden for girls had ever seen.

7. And Annie was beyond pissed.

8. When the twins began to bond and 11-year-old Halle expressed her thoughts on important matters.

9. And revealed her crush on actor Leonardo DiCaprio.

10. But poor lil' Annie was confused by her American ways.

11. When they realized (AFTER MORE THAN A MONTH OF KNOWING EACH OTHER) that they were twins.

12. When Halle realized that they can switch and reunite their parents.

13. So she had to transform Annie's London locks into her cool Cali 'do.

14. And then had to pierce her ears.

15. And after, they looked like the most stylin' pair of twin campers you ever did see.

16. And they began practicing for their Napa and London debuts.

17. And Annie (now Halle) wished Halle (now Annie) safe travels on her way to meet their mom.


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13 Style Mistakes Every Girl Made In The 2000s

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1. Crimped Hair

2. Straightened Side Bangs With Curly Hair

3. Jeans under skirts

4. A "poof" with two braids

...thanks Lizzie Mcguire

5. The solo "poof" with straight hair

Lauren Conrad made this acceptable, right?

6. All silver or light blue eye shadow

7. Too Much Eyeliner

8. "Emo" hair

9. Ponchos

10. Tank Tops Over T-Shirts

11. Those "shrug" Half Sweaters that tied in the middle *cringe*

12. The uggs, graphic t, jean skirt, and leggings combo.

13. Stretching our tank tops way down under a tight T-shirt... Layers are trendy, right?

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4 Simple Ways to Prepare for a Successful Week

Plan on a Sunday. Play on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday…you get the memo.

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1. Create a to-do list

Laying out the scope of your week on paper will give you the opportunity to clearly see the projects, events, and activities you will be working on for the upcoming week. Not only will this give you the chance to manage your time accordingly throughout each day, but it will also allow you to see your progress along the week as you begin to cross your tasks off. An important thing to remember about to-do lists is that they are fluid—meaning things can get added or eliminated as your week progresses and things begin to unfold.

2. Prioritize your to-do list.

Establishing a clear order within your to-do list will give you the opportunity to have a starting point. This starting point will allow you to clearly see the tasks that require immediate attention and those that will continue to unfold throughout the week. A crucial aspect that comes along with prioritizing to-dos is scheduling clear timeslots to begin and finish tasks. In addition to providing a sense of structure, timeslots will allow you to fully focus on one activity at a time rather than attempt to complete many over a few hours. Through this process, you will realize the power that clear deadlines for each task in terms of your time-management and organization skills—helping you complete each task in no time.

3. Schedule reminders on your phone for big deadlines

Do you have a big test this week? A major internship or job interview? A fun event on campus that you don't want to miss?

Setting up reminders on your phone will provide quick follow-ups on what's to come and will also give you a clear idea of the days when you have more downtime.

4. Write down 2-3 activities you will do for fun.

You read that right…plan for fun! Even if you are approaching a hectic week, it is important to schedule time for some self-care. Do you enjoy working out? Having a spa day with your roommate? Catching the latest episode of your favorite show?

Whatever some of your favorite pastimes may be, it is imperative to set time aside to relax, reflect, and recharge. Most importantly, as you find some time to enjoy yourself remember to BE PRESENT. Don't think about the things that still need to get done tonight, tomorrow, or three days from now…focus instead on fully engaging in the activities you are participating in. Trust me, you'll thank yourself later!

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