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It’s National School Counseling Week

Did you know this week is National School Counseling Week? The week of February 5-9, 2018 is the time to recognize school counselors and all that they do for students. 349 more words

College Planning

Aim High

I walked out of the dark hallways of school, long after the last bell rang, into the dark evening. The weight of my world rested on my shoulders, and what couldn’t fit in my backpack or gym bag, I carried in my arms. 415 more words

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Bullet Journaling 2018

Hello! Time to get back to the roots of this blog and talk about planning.

My current set up? Bullet journal. I still sell sweet planners online (found here) but the filofax life was getting a little old and I am back to the bullet journal. 138 more words

College Life

Helping Clients' Children Understand Student Loans

Many students entering college might not know enough about the costs of borrowing money for college.

That’s where you come in. Advisers can stand out by helping families graduate to a higher level of knowledge about a young person’s financial future. 486 more words

College Planning

How Much to Save For Your Child’s College Education

If you listen to nationally syndicated radio talk shows about money, the callers who are in financial straits often have a common problem: they are saddled with student loan debt. 522 more words

Key Tips on Preparing Yourself Mentally When Starting College

Sure, you have reason to celebrate for finishing your four years of high school and graduating with flying colors. The next step for you then is to pursue a college degree in the major you believe suits you well. 821 more words

Guest Blog

On Track for College: Transcripts, Testing & Transitions

Is your homeschool high school student on track for college?  How do I enroll my student for the PSAT?  What’s the difference between the SAT and the ACT?  164 more words

Education