Private School Options - Understanding Catholic And Montessori Schools

29 July 2015
 Categories: Education & Development, Articles

If you are unhappy with the way your local public school has been teaching your son or daughter or if you are angry about the way the institution focuses on testing instead of knowledge, then it may be in your best interest to send your child to a private school. In the United States, there are three public schools for every private school, but this still means that there are over 30,000 private schools in the country. Read More 

3 Reasons To Get Your GED At An Adult Education Center

21 July 2015
 Categories: Education & Development, Articles

If you made some bad choices during your high school days and never ended up graduating, it's never too late to finish. Adult education centers are places that offer classes for adults, and the classes you can take will help you earn a GED. Here are three reasons you may want to look for an adult education center to begin preparing for a better future. They Are Catered Towards Adults Read More 

Visiting a Left Lane-Driving Country? Avoid Traffic Fines With These 4 Tips

17 July 2015
 Categories: Education & Development, Articles

Are you planning a trip abroad? Will you be driving a rental car while on this trip, and visiting a place where vehicles are expected to stick to the left side of the road? If so, check out these 4 helpful tips on how to avoid getting traffic tickets when driving on the opposite side of the road than you're used to. 1.  Learn to Convert Speed The United States is one of only three countries that doesn't use the metrics system. Read More 

3 Traits That Suggest You Should Become A Certified Public Accountant

15 July 2015
 Categories: Education & Development, Articles

Was math one of your favorite subjects in high school? Did you know that approximately 4 out of every 10 adults surveyed say they hated math when they were in school? As a math lover, you may want to consider a career that allows you to work with numbers, such as a certified public accountant. In fact, there are a few traits that may suggest a CPA career is right for you. Read More 

6 Ways To Thrive As A Stay-At-Home Parent

13 July 2015
 Categories: Education & Development, Articles

While being able to stay home with your children when they're young is an enormous gift, it's not without its challenges. Being a stay-at-home-parent can at times feel overwhelming, monotonous, or lonely. In fact, polls show increased levels of depression and anxiety in stay-at-home moms. This doesn't mean that you can't thrive and feel fulfilled as a stay-at-home parent; it simply means it's important to be proactive in protecting your own happiness and sense of self. Read More