Getting Enough Sleep is Vital to Academic Success (Infographic)

Getting Enough Sleep is Vital to Academic Success (Infographic)

A good sleep is incredibly important for health. In fact, it is just as important as eating healthy and exercising. Unfortunately, natural sleeping patterns are being interfered with, especially for college students. Research shows that students who sleep more perform better academically than those who do not get… Read More

3 Survival Tips to Raise Media-Savvy Kids

3 Survival Tips to Raise Media-Savvy Kids

Help your child to navigate media is a safe, smart way. By Judith Xavier Try this simple experiment the next time you head out of your home: Count the number of times that you encounter media on the way to your destination. The reality may… Read More

How To Get Real Face Time With Your Teen

Understanding the differences between our generation and theirs Teenagers – don’t we sometimes wish we understood them a little better, or knew what they were thinking? Why are they always staring at their screens? Why do they keep talking about finding meaning in life? Today’s… Read More

Five ways to be an understanding parent

It may come as a surprise to you, but children are actually very attentive to what they hear, especially when it comes from their parents. Here are five ways to show your understanding when the opportunity presents itself. Give specific praises A generic praise such… Read More

Looking for scholarships? Start your search early!

The earlier you start your scholarship search and application process, the better your chances of finding scholarships that your child is eligible for. Starting the scholarship search early has many advantages: Sufficient time to find as many scholarships as possible For those who want to… Read More

Does your child need a scholarship resume?

A scholarship resume gives the scholarship committee a quick insight into your child and his/her accomplishments. Here are some tips to help your child craft one. The resume should be a one-pager, listing the most current achievement first. Since this is one more way for… Read More

Parenting Tips 101 – Grammar

Traditional grammar classifies words based on eight parts of speech: the verb, the noun, the pronoun, the adjective, the adverb, the preposition, the conjunction, and the interjection. Here is an old poem that will help to guide you when you’re teaching your kids grammar, by… Read More

Quick tips on applying for scholarships

Is your child planning to apply for a scholarship? Here are some quick tips to get you started. Pay close attention to scholarship deadlines. Apply to as many scholarships as possible, but read the eligibility requirements carefully. You do not want to waste time applying… Read More