A Simple Guide to Plan for Your Child’s College Future

When I was a kid in high school, I used to think that there would be nothing better than an extended vacation that lasted for months. In fact, there were some summers that had been so filled with self-directed learning and activities, that I wouldn’t have minded if school just never started up again. It seemed like, once fall came around, I never had enough time for myself or my own hobbies, but was instead spending all of my free time at school and working on school projects.

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Stay-at-Home Summer DIYs

While I’ve been stuck at home during the lockdown, I’ve been doing my best to keep busy. Obviously, I’m still working plenty from home online—meeting with clients and working on customized nutrition programs—but I’m still finding myself with a little more free time than usual. So, instead of wallowing in my isolation, I’m trying to pull myself up from my bootstraps (technically, I’m only wearing my socks indoors) and finish up a few DIY projects around the house.

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Should You Rent or Own Your Own Home Away From Home?

After ditching the humdrum of an everyday office job to develop a successful online fitness platform, I found out that working for yourself does not automatically afford you all the free time in the world to explore and travel like I’d hoped—at least, not initially. I spent several years building up a clientele until I had enough of a base to employ others to take care of the day-to-day practices that kept it in business.

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Keeping Up with Your Studies During the Pandemic Panic

It’s hard not to join the hype that is the pandemic CoVID-19. University campuses are vacant, grocery store shelves are devoid of food, governors are encouraging businesses to engage employees with work-from-home assignments, and you can cut the panic and anxiety in the air with a knife. When states of emergency occur, it can feel hard to focus and concentrate on the things that matter most.

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Studies During the Pandemic Panic
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Bringing Your Yard Back to Life

As winter comes to a halt and spring is ushered in, many of your neighbors will begin bringing their yards back to life. You’ll see each homeowner work a different angle. Some will aerate their yard to help the grass breathe, while others will rake it out, breaking up the bad roots and ridding the yard of dead grass.  Still, others will fertilize, feeding the ground, hoping to watch it turn green.

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Bring back life to Yard
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