Whether you’re studying for a masters degree, or a high school student trying to pass exams, you know sleep deprivation is bad news. You may think cramming at all hours of the night or pulling an all-nighter for a tough project is helpful, but it’s actually seriously impacting your studies in a negative way. Lack of sleep has such a profound effect, the American Academy of Pediatrics has actually begun advocating for schooldays that start at 8:30 a.m. or even later. The increase of early mornings, coupled with the increasing hours of homework is causing serious sleep deficiencies in students of all ages. Read More
The time has come for your daughter to leave the nest and head off to college.
She might feel ready but you never will.
Conversely, she does not understand what she is in for, but you do. So why not use what life has taught you to prepare your child for her collegiate years and beyond?
As a parent, you always want to protect her, but deep down you know you can’t, particularly if your teen will head to college far from home.
Which is exactly why it is so hard to let her go.
Here are 4 best things you can teach your daughter before she becomes a college freshman. Read More
Most college students know nothing about money, which could affect them greatly in the long run. Everyone should learn the art of money management and this includes college students. Money management could be overwhelming, and maintaining proper management might be even more difficult when you are a college student. However, it is not impossible. Read More
Have you seen advertisements saying they can guarantee you will be admitted to your dream school if you work with them? These companies or individuals will charge thousands of dollars and promise you will be admitted if you follow their advice. But, can anyone guarantee admission to any college? The answer is NO! There is no secret to being admitted to a college, but there are things can can possibly give you a better chance of being admitted. Read More