I am in a Facebook group for my local school district. Parents and teachers post items ranging from promoting school events to asking various questions. While most posts get a good number of comments and … Continue reading What To Do When Your Child Isn’t “College Material”
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It’s the most wonderful time of year, with joyous thoughts of the holidays and decorating, buying just the right presents, parties, getting holiday cards, and final exams for your teenager. This time of year can … Continue reading How to Limit Your Teenager’s Stress During Exam Time
This week our family will make our annual pilgrimage to my in-laws’ house to celebrate Thanksgiving. It has become our tradition for many years, and I love it. They live in the quaint small town … Continue reading Why It Pays to Share Our Stories With Our Kids
The number one challenge for parents with teenagers is paying for college. Let’s look at the numbers. $20,000 (average cost of college per year) x 4 = $80,000 That is if your child goes to … Continue reading The Secret to Saving Money When Paying for College
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