Work Life Balance

Tips for talking to your spouse about finishing your college degree
Five tips for avoiding academic fatigue

Tired. Weary. Burned out. Worn down. Drained. Stick-a-fork-in-me-done. Whatever you call it, there will probably come a point in which you’ll feel absolutely exhausted by everything going on in your life. It’s tough stuff juggling academic studies, family and work responsibilities all at the same time. Why, it can be enough to have you thinking […]

Use these tips to boost your self-confidence and earn your college degree.

Self-confidence. It’s the stuff that helps people banish negativity and feel pretty good about their life and abilities. Self-confident people are thought to be better at trying new things, rebounding from disappointment, and overcoming obstacles. They’re also more successful at handling stress, relating to others and achieving their goals. Self-confidence, or how you see yourself, […]

Going to college doesn't have to leave you completely broke.

With so many great reasons to return to college, including making a career change, nothing can curb your enthusiasm quite like thinking about paying for it. Yes, tuition costs have risen over the years (as have food, gas and housing). Yes, college tuition is a major expense. And yes, there’s plenty of rhetoric and debate […]

Back to school after baby? You can do it.

Obviously, having a baby changes things. It alters your schedule, impacts your habits and upends your priorities—not to mention temporarily disrupts your sleep patterns. For many new moms and dads, though, the arrival of baby brings more than lifestyle changes. A new baby can change how you feel about your future, making you rethink work […]