8 Student Loan Tips for the Class of 2016

Nothing says, “Welcome to adulthood” quite like getting your first student loan bill in the mail. If student loans are your reality, here are some tips that may help you (from someone who went through this too). 1. Don’t ignore your student loans! I think everyone can agree that student loans are no fun to pay back, […]

Shouldn’t We All Go Home Before 4?

Neither being proactive nor consciously preparing for successful transitioning into school, my children were already strong readers by the age of three. Also, not fulfilling a requirement for a professional credential, I was fulfilling my role as a parent. Unfortunately, not every parent possesses the tools to do so, but they can with our targeted support. We can help them by […]