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You are Never "Late"

In my previous post, I Celebrate You! I talked about being “late” regarding big life milestones and how it isn’t really being late at all. Shortly after writing that post, I found this truly inspiring video with a few facts about being “late” that might surprise you.

By: Refinery29


Should You Return to School?

Do I Need a Degree or Not?

By The Resume Chick

You can’t be a doctor without a degree! If this is what you want to be then you most definitely need one. 311 more words

Planning Next Steps

What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?

As a 30 year old, I consider myself an adult… And I still don’t have an answer to this question.

When I was younger, I asked myself this, and I always figured that as I got older, I’d just know one day, but that didn’t happen. 271 more words

The Reasons Learners Are Embracing Online mode Of Education

Learner request is among the many elements adding to the development of online learning. Understudies are additionally looking for the open doors for adaptability of booking and cost proficiency that online reviews can offer. 792 more words


The Big Question in College

My face is feeling fresh, all washed up and going through a facial. Korean face masks are incredibly hydrating and fulfills my need to stop worrying about dry skin all winter long. 773 more words

Words From A Student

I Celebrate You!

I feel as if I am doing the whole college thing – the good, the bad, and the ugly – from start A to Z except I am 6 years late. 599 more words


A college degree leads to more geographic mobility

Americans with a college degree are more likely to leave where they grew up and end up in metropolitan regions:

Today, people with a college degree are more likely than they used to be to move to metropolitan regions with good jobs and other people like them, and this means both that those regions do better over time and that the return on that education is even greater.

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