Sunday April 20, 2014
Call me Pollyanna, but I have always believed you can create the life you want by thinking positively and believing in yourself. Most lifelong learners are the same. They know what they want and they go get it.
I write about this every once in a while to inspire adults to go after their dreams, whether that means going back to school to finish a degree or booking an adventure learning vacation.
If you're in need of a little inspiration, check out our list of articles focused on thinking positive. You're sure to find a handful of tips that speak to you: Positive Thinking - Use it to Get What You Want
Saturday April 19, 2014
Paying for school is one of every student's concerns. You can make arrangements to fit class into your already busy schedule, commit time for studying, dream about a better job after graduation, but if you can't pay for your schooling, it's all a bust.
Fortunately, there are financial aid options for almost every student. Start with 10 Facts About Financial Aid.
Do you have other questions about paying for school? Ask us, and we'll help you find answers.
Friday April 18, 2014
It still surprises me to see the use of uppercase letters in weird places. I think there's a tendency to use capitals to emphasize, or maybe the idea is to give the word more importance or respect. I don't know.
At any rate, it isn't correct grammar and it looks terrible in your school papers.
There are three times to use uppercase letters. Do you know when to use them? Find out: 3 Times to Use Uppercase, or Capital, Letters
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Thursday April 17, 2014
Don't count on the Internet alone when researching your papers, not if you want them to be really good. When you have a chance to interview an expert in person, you'll get the kind of information that makes a paper sing.
We put together a list of 10 Places to Research Papers, and some of them are pretty exciting.
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