This article was first published in March, 2014just as important today! About 6 in 10 high school graduates go on to college. That’s good- but only 40% who go for a 4 year degree will get one and only about 25% of those who try for a 2 year degree. I dropped out twice… The  read more »
“In America the schools have become too permissive, the kids now are controlling the schools, the tail is wagging the dog. Weve got to make a change there and get it back to where the teachers have control of the classrooms.” ~Chuck Norris Respect your teachers. A few years ago I was asked, ironically, to  read more »
Calling all Nature fans! Homeschoolers, Educators, teachers, kids, parents, and lovers of nature or lovers of beavers its time to experience and appreciate the incredible lives of beavers in Leave It To Beavers DVD from the PBS nature series! Disclosure: Special thanks to PBS Distribution for allowing me to review this wonderful film with  read more »
It’s time to get back to the books. All this week I’ll share back to school tips you can share with your kids. And parents- hopefully you’ll get something out of these too. OK kids… Your number one and only mission starting this week as you go back to school: LEARN! That’s it. Everything else  read more »
Disclosure: I received an advanced copy of this DVD in exchange for an honest review. My opinions are my own and may differ from others. However, I only review and share items I feel are a good fit for my family and my readers. Simply Delightful A Must See! Look whats coming out on  read more »
While skimming Facebook over the weekend, I saw this post. “Life has no remote. Get up and change it yourself.” I agree. When I was a child, I was my Daddy’s remote. From the comfort of his recliner he would ask me to change the channel. The good news was there was only 3 channels!  read more »
Authors Blog tour is to introduce readers to some new writers you might not be familiar with yet. Introducing new questions.
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Nike has the best slogan EVER - Just Do It!
This is a phrase I try to embrace in my life, especially in the areas I feel most important to me.
2 days ago I took the saying and actioned it. I did 'Just Do It'.
I made the massive decision to invest in my future (on so many levels!) to enrol on the Life Coaching Diploma with pioneer Curly Martin. I applied, I was accepted and I am super excited for the course to begin.
It is something that I have been wanting to do for a long time now but hadnt jumped ... read more »
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I've been in the legal business for about 25 years. During that time I've seen the law go up and down and left and right, sideways, crossways, and every which way but loose. In the last few years, though, I've noticed a number of judges who have tossed aside the law and based decisions on their own "feelings" or political affiliation(s), which is too bad because it is the responsibility of a judge to be impartial. Imagine, then, my surprise when I see judges who make rulings or submit recommendations bas... read more »