What If Your Child Doesn’t Want To Go To College?

As a mom, preparing your kids to go to college can seem like one of your most important duties. It’s ingrained into us that we as moms make sure our kids do well in school and ultimately get into college. The recent scandals involving Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are extreme examples of what moms will do to ensure their kids not only go to college but also that they get into the best. These are moms facing potential jail time because of what is seemingly their own desire to have their … [Read more...]

How to Save Money in College

When you are in college, you get a good understanding of what it’s like to be broke. From college tuition, to books and supplies, to a lack of time to work, your bank account will be smaller and smaller as the days go by. But just because you’re in college doesn’t mean you need to spend all your money and wonder if you’ll ever get it back. Instead, you can find ways to save money and make your money last so much longer. Check out these fun ways to save money while you’re in college. Opt for … [Read more...]

How To Study When You Have a Child

Do you remember all those sleepless nights when you had been preparing for the terms exams? Can you imagine that having a child and studying simultaneously may increase the responsibility and hardship twice or thrice? Still eager to gain education and raise a kid at once? Then we have some pleasant pieces of advice for you. Maternity and high education: how to find things in common Once I visited a forum especially designed for mummies who are getting education. The stories seemed to be … [Read more...]

Top Side Hustles for Clearing Some Student Debt

Student debt can be overwhelming and frightening unless you can take control of the situation. Often, once you have graduated and secured a job, there may not be the extra cash to pay off some of your debt while you find a home, pay the bills, possibly relocate etc. So where can you find some extra cash to start taking the pressure off and clearing some of that tricky student debt. Gambling with your money over at BarbadosBingo is a way to do it but it’s a risky one, so here’s some of our top … [Read more...]

7 Tips to Jump Start Your Scholarship Search

Finding a scholarship program is a time-consuming task. Every scholarship program is different than the other, so you be careful. There are many programs tailored according to your academic interest, talents, and career goals. Following, we will give some invaluable tips that will help you jump start your search. Review the Prospective School Check their official website and see if you meet the criteria. Find how you can apply and don’t assume you apply for a scholarship if you are … [Read more...]

6 Stages of Preparing for the Doctoral Thesis Defense

You are so close! Congrats! A doctoral thesis defense is among the last tasks that you have to complete before finishing your program. All the hard work is over because you’ve already written your thesis paper. Now, you just need to defend it. A doctoral thesis defense is very different from a written thesis because it involves giving a spoken presentation. Speaking skills and writing skills are very different. Here, we will equip you with the ways to prepare for the defense in different … [Read more...]

At Home is the Perfect Spot For College or Small Space Solutions

Do you have a child going off to college this fall? I don't, but I remember the excitement of moving in to a dorm. Being able to decorate it and have functional solutions for organization are so important. A clean, organized room is so important to be productive and successful in college. Luckily At Home is available for you to find great college dorm and small space solutions! I have been a fan of At Home for a long time now. They have such beautiful home decor items, as well as storage … [Read more...]

Campus Bellhops – Making College Move Ins and Outs Easier!

Did you know that 56% of kids moving into college pack between 11 and 15 boxes while moving?  As someone who lived on campus for a semester my freshman year, I was part of this statistic!  You have to pack everything you'll need for school... books and supplies.  As well as your clothes, bedding, plus pictures and other sentimental things to get you through the year.  Oh, and don't leave out the mini fridge!  You want to make sure you don't forget anything. But the dreaded D-Day comes... move … [Read more...]