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Release the Entrepreneurship Spirit in your Teen

By: Greg Chaffins | Date: March 8, 2018 | Categories: Careers, Education
teen entrepreneurship

The world is a beautiful place, but it can also be a challenging one.  Nowhere is this truer than for those just entering the business world.  It can be tough to make the transition from full-time student to full-time job holder. This is why you need to cultivate and release a strong sense of entrepreneurship […]

Help For Teachers – A Lesson Plan For World Africa Day

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: May 20, 2013 | Categories: Children, Education, Guest Posts, Holidays and Observances

Guest Post Image by DuBoix Whether you make use of these ideas on May 25th – the official day for celebrating Africa – or at any other time during the year, your students can learn about the cultures, geography and other facts about Africa, while having fun in the process. The African continent is populated […]

Tutoring for kids – How do you know when it is beneficial to hire a tutor?

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: March 7, 2013 | Categories: Children, Education, Guest Posts

Hiring a tutor for your kids is a big decision. You have to find the right tutor, discover which subjects your kids need help you with, and invest extra funds in your child’s future. That is why you need know the benefits of hiring a tutor. While each child has their own needs, most reasons […]

What College Students Should Look For When Looking For A Place To Live

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: February 22, 2013 | Categories: Guest Posts

Guest Post Students’ years are one of the most exciting years in a human’s life. This is the first time when you are leaving your parents’ home and going to live on your own. This fact gives all people the incredible feeling of being already grown ups, mature people capable of taking care of themselves. […]

Think You’ll Never Use What You Learned in School?

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: December 19, 2012 | Categories: Education, Guest Posts, Infographs

Guest Post A lot of subjects that people learn in school seem pointless at the time of the lesson. However, this does not mean that you will never again use the information. Algebra comes up surprisingly often in real life and having a solid understanding of English is undoubtedly useful. The reason that subjects seem […]

How to Keep Your Small Student Healthy All School Year

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: October 2, 2012 | Categories: Children, Family and Health, Guest Posts, Health and Fitness

As the parent of a child in elementary school, it’s important that you teach your little one ways to stay healthy throughout the school year. Your child will carry these valuable lessons with them well into adulthood. By teaching your child healthy habits, you can be sure that they will make it through the school […]

How to Stop Roommates From Eating Your Food

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: September 7, 2012 | Categories: Humor, Satire

If you’ve ever had roommates, chances are that you’ve encountered this problem before: You come home from a long day at work/school, starving, and looking forward those delicious leftovers you have waiting in the fridge. But when you get back––your eyes all-aglow with refrigerator light––the leftovers are gone. Not just tampered with or sampled. Gone. […]