• Where to Find Free and Affordable Homeschooling Supplies

    Homeschooling is an option that is open to parents in all states and one that is being utilized more frequently these days. To undertake to homeschool a child is a huge commitment, not only of time but of resources as well. All of the supplies that might usually be provided for a student by their […]

  • Home Schooling; A Viable Alternative to Conventional Education

    Statistics show that elementary homeschooling is the ideal time to start a homeschooling program for a child. Children who enter homeschooling during the elementary years are the students that tend to succeed the most. Throughout the course of their homeschooling, these children will reach the highest level of academics when compared to the national average. […]

  • Changing Habits

    Habits are very good things or are very bad things. For home Internet businesses they should be good things if you are going to be a success. The thing about habits whether they good or bad it’s very difficult to overcome them. Why is this? HOW HABITS DRIVE US Habits are driven by your subconscious, […]

  • Stress can put on pounds

    Bob Dembicki, 57, of New York City, has always loved to eat, but he never knew how much comfort he got from food until after Sept. 11. Dembicki managed the nursing staff at the surgical trauma unit and burn center at New York Presbyterian Hospital, which treated 22 badly burned victims from the World Trade […]

  • Consequences of Facebooking Your Parents & Other Facebook Sins

    Long gone are the days of Facebook being a student-only club.  If you’re a student there’s a good chance your parents have got a Facebook account too.  But when it comes to friending your mum or dad, do you accept or decline? Let me take you back to my student years…..it was a fun, crazy, […]

  • 30 Things No One Tells You About Before You Get Pregnant

    As a past member of certain “mom” forums and birth boards, I’ve always seen moms speaking of their ailments and then following up with one of two questions: “Am I the only one?” or “Is this normal?” Most of the time, the answers are “No, you’re not the only one,” and “Yes, it’s completely normal.” […]

  • Utah’s voucher law: the war against public education

    When future historians write the timeline of the slow destruction of one of America’s most important institutions—free public education—they may trace the beginning of the end to February 12, 2007. On that day, America’s religious right won a major victory in its jihad against public education: Utah Governor Jon Huntsman signed into law a bill […]

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