The answers are right there.
Whether it’s paper, plastic or even an intangible number on a computer screen, money makes the world go round. You need it to eat. You need it to stay warm. You need it to have fun. So why is it so hard to understand?
Explores the value of college and how to figure out how expensive is too expensive.
Everywhere you go, you have the chance to apply for a credit card. Just don’t join the line of students currently in credit card debt.
Explores teen readiness to prioritize activities, manage time and make good decisions
As I start the transition for my senior year, I am overwhelmed with excitement and fright.
Outlines process for identifying, setting and achieving goals
I am starting to realize how important this school year will be for me.
As a senior in high school, every time I hear the word “college,” an endless list of worries and anxieties runs through my brain like the final credits to an overstaffed movie.
Developing good study skills can make your life easier and more enjoyable.
The differences between high school and college are huge. For every benefit, though, you can expect a trade-off.
Students are huge targets for identity theft, so protect yourself.
Lesson Plan Guide: Habits Worth Forming
Students should not expect extra credits or grade negotiations to boost their GPAs.
Be careful about who is learning about you online – it just might be college admission counselors or prospective employers.
Effective communication helps restore missing links in growing chain of friendships.
A deadly phenomenon in the age of mobile devices. Compares reaction times of driving while texting, driving while intoxicated and driving while elderly.
Highlights some main differences you will experience when you take off that cap at graduation and head into your first week at the office.
Degrading comments cut deeply, but so can a bystander’s silence. If you want to help, not hurt, speak up against teasing and bullying.
“Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff that life is made of.” – Benjamin Franklin
Ideas on how to save money and keep the cost of college down.
Getting into the saving habit now can lead to better fortune in the years ahead. Here are a few ways you can get started.
Looking back on my experience with the college admissions and future planning process, the phrase “hindsight is 20/20” comes to mind.