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6 Tips for First-Time Tax Filers

You’re all set to file your taxes, but you are feeling a little lost. You may be concerned about how you’ll know if you have to pay the government or not or be able to decipher all of the different tax terms.

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Helpful Life Lessons You Didn’t Learn in College

Choosing to go to college means making a decision to both further your education and grow your independence. But what happens when you graduate and don’t feel like you’re completely prepared for the real world?

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More Than Book Smart: Tips for Teaching Your Kids to Be Emotionally Intelligent Too

One of the most overlooked predictors for a successful and happy life is emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is a person’s ability to communicate personal feelings clearly and understand the feelings of those around them.

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4 Tips for Making US History Lessons More Engaging for Kids

As a future teacher, you need to know how to reach and engage with all your students. And while you’ll get some tips in college, you don’t learn everything.

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How to Encourage Alumni Networking

When you run a school or higher learning institution, you will see students continually passing through your doors and going onto different career paths. However, rather than them all existing in their own separate universes, it is certainly worth getting them interacting closely with one another.

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Navigating Parenthood for First Time Parents

Parenting can be incredibly difficult, even when your child is completely healthy and you face little to no challenges in those early days.

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Tips for Renting To College Students

When you rent properties for a living, you can get very stressed. There are so many things to consider.

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Common Misconceptions About CBD Oil

Due to its close relation to marijuana, CBD oil has been wrongly stigmatized as being the same as any other drug.

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Should You Run Healthcare Sanction Checks On All Your Candidates?

A healthcare sanction screening goes through thousands of databases with federal and state entries on health sanctions, exclusions, debarments, and disciplinary action against healthcare practitioners (doctors, surgeons, nurses, etc.) and entities (medical businesses).

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I’m About To Graduate High School. Now What?

You’re finally free. After 12 years of grade school, now you can choose what you want to do. Many people want to get a start on college right after high school, but what if you don’t?

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How to Plan A Great Student Orientation

Whether you plan to greet your students virtually or have in-person introductions, student orientation helps students to get to know one another and their new teachers.

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4 Steps Every Student Needs to Take to Prepare for the Next Semester

Now that the first semester of this year has come to a close, it’s time to start thinking about what the next semester has in store.