Making the choice to go back to work is a big deal. Even if you were a successful career woman before your kids came into the world, your priorities likely changed significantly upon becoming a mom. Whether you’re trying to recapture your previous work ethic or develop a new one, there are a few things you should to do set the stage for your success.
Today’s young generation is competitive, ambitious and the epitome of confidence. They work hard to fulfill their career goals and aspiration and ready to go that extra mile to see results. However, sometimes the stress of competition and hard work takes a toll on the body and mind and will affect the external appearance of an individual. Certain studies have proven the correlation between stressful jobs and its effect on the appearance and skin.
Kids’ sloppy mistakes in math driving you up the wall? Learn 4 simple steps you can take to improve their neatness and accuracy in math! Some kids seem to be born with the desire to write neatly…while others need a whole lot of convincing. (And I know, because I have one of each!) While messy handwriting can make it hard for kids to express their ideas in any subject, it’s especially a problem in math. That’s because every single number matters. If you mistake a 6 for a 0, or a 2 for a 7, you’re going to get the problem wrong.
Every spring, schools across the nation give students millions of standardized tests. Students sit for hours, filling in answer bubbles with their number two pencils for an exam that may span days. They’re told the tests are “important”, they need to “do their best”, and that they have “one chance” to show what they’ve learned. For any child--much less one with test anxiety, ADHD, or learning disabilities--it can be a painful process.
When I was a teenager, I felt that I would end up meeting this godly, virtuous, beautiful, intelligent, poetic, classy, and funny girl. She would be strong with a little attitude, have an affinity for hip-hop and R&B, and most of all, love God. I was young but my thoughts were old. I wasn't rushing the day to come but I felt in my soul that it eventually would. One day it actually did and I knew it that very same day.