The last time I chcked, the Internet was still about the sharing of information. I recently received a newsletter from the SallieMae | College Answer site which contained a really great FREE “Packing for College Checklist” that students can use to help remind them of things to bring with them as they get ready to […]
These last couple of months have been very strenuous for me. First of all my son graduated from high school in June. That, by itself, was stressful enough. I wasn’t convinced or certain that he was going to actually graduate on time.
As soon as I entered college I quickly realized that there were many things I needed to know that mom and dad forgot to teach me. I know there are thousands of other college students out there that were (and are) in that same situation I was. While I’m certainly not your mother, I trust […]
Guest Blogger: Jill Howell, Education Consultant Question: My junior son is a smart kid. Good grades came easily to him in junior high, but since he has been in high school his grades have suffered significantly because he does not do a majority of his homework assignments. His GPA is currently in the 3’s and […]
Back on March 19, 2008 this country noted the fifth anniversary of the Iraq conflict and paid its respect to our fallen heroes who have given their lives and paid the ultimate price for what we would call freedom. The U. S. soldier casualty count stands at 4,102 at the time of this blog posting. […]