About Me
Making More Of Myself

About a year ago, I started investing more and more time into my education. I realized that I was really stuck in a dead-end job, and I knew that I had to do something about it or risk being bored for the rest of my life. I started thinking more carefully about going back to school, and it was really incredible to see the difference that a little education could make. Within a few months I was enrolled, and I was feeling better about myself and my choices. This blog is all about making more of yourself and knowing how to streamline your future.


Three Great Ways To Keep Trade School Costs Down

5 September 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you're like many smart young people who are considering pursuing a trade in order to secure a good future, you're probably also wondering how to get that education without racking up thousands of dollars in student loans. You probably already know that working at a part-time job can help defray college expenses, but there are other less obvious strategies that can help you get through school with minimal accrued debt. Read More …

Three Benefits Of Enrolling Your Child In A Private School

13 August 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Many parents may assume that the public school system will always be the most convenient and effective option for educating their children. However, there are many potentially important advantages that your child may be able to have by attending a private school, and you will want to consider these benefits as you are narrowing down your options to a final selection: Reduced Class Sizes Ensuring that your child is receiving as much of the teacher's attention as possible is important for determining the quality of their education. Read More …

Sensory Processing Disorder And School Success

9 July 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Sensory processing disorder (or SPD) is a condition in which the brain has difficulty organizing information that the senses are bringing in. There isn't just one type of SPD, and different children don't always experience the same symptoms. Some people with this disorder are oversensitive. Something that you might not even notice, such as a tag on the back of a t-shirt, may be a major issue for someone with SPD. Read More …

3 Things To Consider When Sending Snacks To Your Child’s Preschool

25 June 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Some preschools ask that parents send in snacks for the students on a rotating basis. In others, parents may be allowed to send in treats for their kids' birthdays, holidays, or any other purpose. If you are thinking about sending snacks for the kids in your child's preschool, you'll want to ask for permission first. Then, consider these three things when choosing a snack for best results: 1. Allergies First of all, you should think about the allergies that the kids in the class might suffer from. Read More …

Looking At Preschools For The First Time? Know What’s Important

12 June 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you are looking at different preschool options for your child but you aren't sure which schools in the area will be the best, you want to make sure that you are picking a school that will be the safest. You have to leave your child in the hands of another person, and you want to be sure that while they are there, they are learning, having fun, and being protected at the same time. Read More …