Home > Education

Education

My Favorite Parenting Blogs

Today I want to pause from sharing my own homeschooling journey so I can actually shed some info on the best parenting blogs that I’ve found online. All three of them have inspired, supported and strengthened me during my two years of motherhood. By reading them and implementing their ideas, my time with my son has become more productive, educational and …

Read More »

My Favorite Homeschooling Activities

My son is still really small (only 1.10) so when homeschooling him I put a lot of stress on fine and gross motor development, playing outside and taking walks. I also try to include him in as much of my daily tasks as possible, such as cleaning, organizing, going to the post office, etc. Sure, I’ve had to get used …

Read More »

My Journey To Homeschooling

The times I grew up in are a lot different than nowadays, when my son being raised. Even though I am aware that every generation tends to say this, I’m still pretty sure that I want to give my son a childhood that’s as innocent, relaxing, playful and wonderful as mine was for as long as possible. And the times we …

Read More »

Are women taking more chances with their money?

The feminist revolution made big waves in the 1960’s following women’s emancipation and growing role in the workforce. However, albeit the passing of more than 60 years, women in the 21st century are still suffering from economic, social and cultural gaps that carry political, economic and social repercussions. One of these gaps is the financial gap; it is a well-known …

Read More »

DIY Home Remedies for Grooming your Dog

About a month ago I wrote a post on DIY home remedies to make for your dog when he’s suffering from dry skin, kennel cough, diarrhea, constipation, and other unfortunate conditions. We’ve gotten some good feedback on it, so this time I decided to share with you my best tips and DIY home remedies for dog grooming. These are all tips that have worked …

Read More »

DIY Homemade Remedies for Treating Your Canine Pal

Taking care of your dog’s health can be a huge expense. Bringing him to the vet for periodical check-ups and shots, buying medicine when required, having him/her sprayed or neutered…all these can definitely run up your bill! And dog owners with more than one dog have to pay double or even triple (and so on)… So while it’s always important …

Read More »

How Does Student Loan Forgiveness Really Work?

It seems that these days you can’t turn on the television or read headlines without hearing more bad news about student loans. Student loan debt has reached nearly a trillion dollars nationwide, with the total amount of student loan debt surpassing total amounts for what Americans owe on car loans or credit cards. Because the debt burden has become so …

Read More »

Are all MBA’s Completely Unaffordable?

Since we finished our bachelor degree 5 years ago, a personal college friend has been working two jobs with only one goal in mind: to pay for his master degree in business administration. His aim is high: not only does he want the MBA, but he also wants to earn it from a top notch university, which means big costs. …

Read More »

5 Free Study Tools and Tricks for Every Student

I wish I was fifteen years younger… when I see the helpful tools that are available to my youngest sister, I’m so jealous! Back in my days, when we wanted to look something up, we had to go through this old drawer with thousands of tabs, then search for the book, and then look through the book for information. For …

Read More »

3 Resume Mistakes Every Intern Makes (and How to Avoid Them)

3 Resume Mistakes Every Intern Makes (and How to Avoid Them)

In my former job, I was in charge of running a big internship program that placed college students in a variety of internships throughout the country. The internships were in a range of positions ranging from mechanical engineering, to programming, educational positions and even working in governmental offices. I quickly learned how to understand each student, their internship needs and …

Read More »