April 2016 2
There are some things you can afford to be stingy on in life and then there are some things that you can’t. After all, everyone understands that the “crazy” coupon lady isn’t really that crazy after all — she’s just extremely smart, frugal, and resourceful with her money. Similarly everyone loves a good episode of the hit stingy television series “Extreme Cheapskates” because it’s kind of ridiculous to see exactly how stingy people can be in everyday life, but at the same time, it can be extremely insightful and you may even pick up a budgeting tip or two. Maybe being a miser makes you wiser with finances and money matters?
However there are just some things you cannot and should not compromise on in life, such as health care, quality food, a comfortable home, and of course, your child’s education. A (more…)
Early childhood education happens whether you like it or not, because during the first few years of life, a child is capable of absorbing more information at a time than they will ever be able to again. On average, a four year old child asks 437 questions a day. This means that everything you say, do and expose your child to is likely to stick in some way or another, and everything is going to be a constant learning process for them. The fact is that your child will most likely have to be enrolled in early child care programs of some sort — nearly 11 million children under age 5 in the United States are in some type of child care arrangement every week
In order to help your child get ahead in life, though, it is worth it to expose them to some sort of structured learning process, through which (more…)
Are you happy with your job? Are you happy with your rate of pay? If you are one of the workers in America who is looking for a way to earn a bigger salary, or you are just looking for a change of pace, it might be time to consider heading back to the classroom. […]
Education is important. This is something most of us know. What might be less obvious, however, is just how important education is at an early age. From the time a child is born to the time they are three years old, their brain will develop at the fastest rate it will develop in that person’s […]
Children do not always receive the testing and monitoring that they require when it comes to their health. Routine checkups may include basic monitoring, but do not measure a child?s vision or hearing. This can be a problem, because most vision and hearing problems are best diagnosed and treated early on. For this reason, many […]