Fearless in Facing the Stress Caused by Covid 19

Stress Management Self-Care Checklist This has been a year that no one will ever forget. I don't feel that I need to tell you what we have all gone through, some more than others. We all have fallen into Alice in Wonderland's Rabbit Hole. BUT now is the time to pick ourselves up, and evaluate where we have been and where we are going If you are a parents whose student is applying to college, you and your family have gone through and continuing to go through some extra "stuf

What to do if your SAT or ACT was Canceled

Author : Jeb Applerouth Yesterday, The College Board and ACT, Inc. announced that in response to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the SAT and ACT will be suspended until June. Students who were planning to take the makeup SAT on March 28, the ACT on April 4, or the SAT on May 2 will have to make adjustments to their testing plans. For students who had prepared or have been preparing for these tests for weeks or months, this decision, though necessary for public safet

Remedies for College Planning Anxiety

For most parents, there are few things that rival the anxiety associated with wondering how they are going to pay for their children’s education without completely eliminating their hopes for retirement. Two common causes of college planning stress are: 1) little to no comprehension of what a college education will cost 2) procrastinating on when to start saving. It's surprising how individuals who have substantial incomes still look at that college obligation sometime way of