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How to Make a Career Out of Your Interests

How to Make a Career Out of Your Interests

As the saying goes, “If you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life.” While it sounds like a dream, it is a reality for those who take the right steps. Every decision can impact your pathway towards a career you love. Your interests, hobbies, and daily activities can all serve […]

The Difference Between Homeschooling and Schooling at Home

The Difference Between Homeschooling and Schooling at Home

2020 marked a pivotal year in education, a complete shift from in-person classes to virtual homeschooling and schooling at home. What is the difference between homeschooling and schooling at home? It may seem like there is little difference between the two phrases, but quite the contrary. For many years, families have been homeschooling as an […]

6 Signs You Have An Overly Stressed Teen

6 Signs You Have An Overly Stressed Teen

Myth: Kids and teens do not experience as much stress as adults. Fact: According to the American Psychological Association, “Teens reported that their stress levels during the school year far exceeded what they believe to be healthy (5.8 vs. 3.9 on a 10-point scale) and topped adults’ average reported stress levels (5.8 for teens vs. […]

Do You Have Cabin Fever? Here’s What You Can Do

Do You Have Cabin Fever? Here’s What You Can Do

It’s been quite a long time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the effects of isolation have revealed themselves across United States households. Self-isolation has become a common, necessary way of life to protect public health, causing some to experience a phenomenon called cabin fever. Cabin fever is a term often reserved for […]

5 Ways to Keep Your Teen Busy During Winter Break

5 Ways to Keep Your Teen Busy During Winter Break

Your teen is on winter break. So what now? They will need those few days to decompress, maybe reflect on the semester, maybe sleep for a couple of days straight. This is completely normal, but now think about the rest of the break. You may have a teen that’s happy to make their own schedule […]

Developing Learned Optimism: Yes, This Can Be Learned

Developing Learned Optimism: Yes, This Can Be Learned

The term “learned helplessness” has gained popularity in recent years. With many negative influences, people can feel like they cannot overcome these barriers to change their perspective. Psychologist Dr. Martin Seligman coined the term “learned optimism” as a contrast. According to Seven Summit Pathways, “Learned optimism is the process of recognizing and challenging pessimistic thoughts […]

Online Exams: 4 Worthwhile Tips from Online Teachers

Online Exams: 4 Worthwhile Tips from Online Teachers

The transition to one hundred percent online learning has come with many challenges, for both students and teachers. Something that has likely dominated the minds of students using remote learning is the upcoming presence of online exams. Even under normal circumstances, exams serve as a significant source of stress for students. Do not fret! Our […]