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Considering Start-ups for the Changing World

The COVID 19 year was a landmark year for many industries worldwide. Thousands of businesses in many majorities of the businesses closed down, even among those who survived suffered catastrophic losses. Business leaders have said that we will feel the pandemic’s economic effects for the next few years. It has caused such a massive economic

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The Campus Diaries: How to Decide the Best College Grounds for You

College is an all-encompassing experience. It’s not just about what classes you take or the prestige of the school you get your degree in—it’s about what happens in the four years that will mold you into the person you’re going to become. Your grades won’t define you, especially once you’re out in the real world.

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Remote Learning: Making Your Children’s Lives Comfortable

Another year rolls in with COVID-19 still in our midst but with a promising hope that this pandemic will disappear with the worldwide, though limited, availability of vaccines. This gives hope that school will reopen and people will be back to work early this year. Furthermore, POTUS Biden pledged to reopen by the 30th of

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How Teachers Integrate Environmental Awareness in Children’s Education

Children can learn a lot about the importance of environmental awareness at school through their teachers. Especially for younger students, their days in school play one of the most critical roles in internalizing new concepts and developing their character. A school is an excellent place for learning about their surroundings and how their actions can

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The Importance of Print Media in the Time of E-books

E-books over physical prints. Digital textbooks over hard copies. Online news articles over broadsheets. Digital magazine subscriptions over printed issues in the mail. These are just some of the many changes in publishing and journalism that have occurred since the rise of digital media. Since having access to smartphones, laptops, and tablets is becoming more

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Remote Learning: How Parents Can Motivate Their Children

Most states are leaving it up to the school districts to decide if they will start in-person classes or not. While many states encourage schools to open for face-to-face classes, it will depend on the district’s public health conditions. With this, there’s a good chance that remote learning arrangements will continue for the kids until the end

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How You Can Create a Study-Life Balance at the University

Entering university is one of the exciting (sometimes scary) adventures for everyone. This is when you have the freedom to explore a new environment, make new friends, and improve yourself in the field that you want. However, when exams draw closer, coursework piles up, and extracurricular activities enter the scene as well, having that study-life

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How to Prepare Your Children for a Fulfilling a Career

All parents want the best for their children. That might sound cliche, but that’s only because it’s true. If you are a parent, your children’s future is your utmost priority. You want to see your kids grow into the best person they could be. But it’s also worth mentioning that parenting is not an easy

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Three Important Decisions Parents Can Help Their Children With

Most parents want to do what they think is best for their children. They want to guide them in their decisions, be there for them when they fall, and provide them with the tools to succeed. They do this because they love them in a selfless, unconditional way. Yet, sometimes the level of parent involvement

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