Operation Dropping My Daughter Off at College is officially official and to all the mothers who have gone through this, I salute you.
In the first in my Empty Nest Series, I am sharing my experience with college visit do’s and don’ts. Read before you make the trip.
I’ve shared with you some of my personal and professional goals, but now I am sharing how I plan on reaching my financial goals this year.
For parents, embarking on a new year means setting professional, personal, and parental goals. Here’s six new year resolutions parents should make.
Encourage your friends and family members to give the gift of college savings this holiday season. It’s a gift that keeps on giving.
It’s never too early to start saving for your child’s college education. Learn how Country Financial can help you start a college savings plan.
Congratulations on graduating! Now it is time for you to begin to work on repaying your student debt. Our guest blogger is sharing a few tips.
No matter your age, career background, or personal story, it’s never too late for graduation with Western Governor’s University. Apply & get app fee waived.
Do you have a college student in your midst? Here’s a fun way for them to decorate their room. Dorm Room DIY: Cupcake Cup Twinkle Lights. Cheap to make, too
In my first career question and answer segment, a reader asks “how can I attend school and work full time”? Check the post to read my answer.
Noodle.org is an educational search engine, the first of its kind. It’s a life-long online database of educational resources and tools that helps their users free of charge by matching them with recommendations for learning.
I haven’t done a video update in ages. Mostly because I have been busy with travel and family life. But I wanted to update you guys with a few new changes in my life as well as pose a question to you: To share or to not to share? That is the question.