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Visiting your child in college

Visiting your child in college

We survived the all-encompassing moving into college, classes started, we set our phone call routine with our college student. We are somewhat adjusting to the empty room, the quiet house, and the colder mornings. And then comes visiting weekend. Strange as it feels,...

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Six Tips to Help Your Teen Procrastinate Less

Six Tips to Help Your Teen Procrastinate Less

by the Center of Cognitive Therapy Every teen puts off a task. I’ll email my teacher tomorrow. I’ll start my homework after I finish watching this show. Some teens, however, are big-time procrastinators and there are a couple of reasons some teens procrastinate so...

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Five Languages that look great on a resume

Five Languages that look great on a resume

by Jessica Thiefels According to the latest trends, the following four languages are the most impressive in a resume: Chinese To increase your chances of landing a job in the information technology sector, focus your attention on learning Chinese. It’s the most widely...

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A ROAD TRIP THROUGH THE ADMISSION PROCESS

A ROAD TRIP THROUGH THE ADMISSION PROCESS

by Rick Clark, from Georgia Tech When you apply to college, especially one that receives far more applications than they have seats available and uses a holistic and layered admission review, waiting is inevitable. If I were you, I’d definitely be asking, “What is...

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