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Moving Upward in Life: How to Become the Best Version of Yourself

Almost everyone has some area of life in which he or she wishes to improve. In many cases, the goal is to improve from a career perspective, but some people, especially those who have focused heavily on their careers already, would prefer to improve their personal relationships....

Learning Mathematics at the age of 25- Understanding Math at any Age

Some people regard mathematics as a complex subject but the reality is that everyone can learn and master it. Mathematics is a logical subject that involves studying various rules and applying them. You do not require a special set of skills to understand math. Although it may be...
Posted On 22 Nov 2016

International Education: 4 Tips Before Embarking On A Study Abroad

Studying abroad can be one of the most enlightening and fun things you do as a student. There are many reasons one might choose to study abroad. From being a foreign language major and wanting to travel to the native country, to pursuing an international studies degree, to having...
Posted On 24 Oct 2016

3 Ways to Study for Your Masters in Social Work While Looking After a Young Child

There are lots of nice things about being a stay at home mom. You get to spend lots of time bonding with your child, you don’t have to worry about them while a child minder is taking care of them, and of course, you save money. It is also nice to be able to focus on...
Posted On 21 Sep 2016

3 Effective Ways to Invest in Your Future

By this point in your life you have probably been working for several years and realize that nothing comes as easy as they make it look in the movies. You go to work every day and even though you have slowly been progressing in your job in terms of additional responsibilities and...
Posted On 17 Aug 2016

Educating Your Children in the Modern Day

The world today is much different than it was a few decades ago. The explosion of computer technology has completely transformed nearly every aspect of modern life. This has led to an even faster-paced society that threatens to overwhelm children. The overflow of information they...
Posted On 10 Aug 2016

Discover The Unexpected With NNPA and Chevrolet’s Journalism Fellowship at Howard University!

With everything going on in the world in around us, it’s great to hear about positive changes happening. Our media and news are sources of great power and often change the conversations that can be had about current events. I remember watching a video clip recently about...
Posted On 04 Aug 2016

4 Ways Your Education Level Can Limit Your Professional Success

Unfortunately, in today’s society, you may need more than simple hard work to advance in your career. While there are a few stories of millionaires who never went to college, the reality is that most regular people without college degrees are more limited in their career options....
Posted On 01 Aug 2016

3 Ways to Get Involved with Public Health

Are you worried about the spread of contagious, chronic and deadly diseases? If so, you’ll be glad to know that there any many things that you can do to help. Public health is definitely a public issue, and can be improved when both individual members of the public and...
Posted On 22 Jun 2016

Paying For College In Your Twenties

Paying for college is probably one of the biggest financial burdens you will ever face, short of paying for a house. Around seventy percent of students in the US will eventually have to deal with student loan debt – a huge amount by any standards. The average amount of debt...
Posted On 26 Oct 2015

How Teenagers Have Changed in 30 Years

People are always talking about how much times have changed in the past 30 years, and while you might roll our eyes, they’re actually correct. In fact, the typical teenager from 1982 is much different than the one we see in 2012. Of course, interests are different as pop...
Posted On 31 Jan 2013

Why You Want A Terminal Degree

Terminal Illness is a bad thing. However, a terminal degree is a GOOD thing. Before adding additional education that will do nothing but pile up additional amounts of debt, ask yourself these three questions:   Are the degree requirements clearly defined? How many years is...
Posted On 10 Sep 2012
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