Strategies to Pay Off Student Loans Your Financial Life Together Student debt in the United States has jumped nearly 150 percent in the last decade to reach an all-time high of $1.4 trillion – with undergrads each owing an average… Read More ›
Guest Post From Jack Milgram Let’s face it: time goes by quickly. Sometimes, too fast for us to accomplish anything substantial. You are probably quite familiar with the horrible feeling of time mercilessly slipping through your fingers. No matter how… Read More ›
ADULT-ISH, Cristina’s beautifully hand-illustrated interactive journal, helps capture both the small victories and bittersweet moments of growing up.
Back to school time is just around the corner, which means that it is the perfect time to start preparing for what’s ahead! Tangram life coaches have assembled the following tips to make the transition to college seamless for students with disabilities.
According to the American Psychological Association, teenagers deal with stress levels rivaling that of adults. Their report said, “…during the school year, teens say their stress level is higher than levels reported by adults…” Their findings concluded that this can lead to unhealthy behaviors that include poor sleeping habits, skipping meals or overeating, eating unhealthy snack foods, over caffeinating and insufficient exercise.
With the College Board estimating that students now spend about $1,200 a year on textbooks, back to school can be exceptionally expensive for college students and their parents. To ease the financial burden of school, Alex Neal, CEO of CampusBooks.com, the leading textbook price comparison site, has the following tips to help students and parents be sure they are saving the most on textbooks this school year.
Moms and dads with kids heading off to college this fall, register your student with Target and manage and share your college registry with friends and family.
Who is ready to take a leap of faith and head back to school? I have been contemplating this when I came across scholarship offers designed specifically for moms.
Anxiety runs high during college admissions season and where to apply for college. But have no fear because picking a college is nothing like it was 30 years ago. Today there are many more colleges and universities to choose from– close to 4,700 – and technology is now here to help.
Anxiety runs high during college admissions season. In fact, it’s not really a season anymore. Getting kids ready to apply to and attend college is a year round, full time undertaking with lifetime consequences.