Online college courses are taking the academic world by storm. However, they’re not for everybody. In fact, taking seated classes is a completely different animal than taking online classes. There are many pros and cons to taking classes over the internet and some people just aren’t suited for the kind of commitment needed to excel at this type of learning.
Thank you to Kimberly Clark for sponsoring today’s post and inspiring me to #BTSLikeABoss! All opinions are 100% my own.
How did summer come to a close so quickly? I would have sworn it just started!!! The girls are headed back to school next week, and J-bird flies back to college in just a few weeks. With so much to do, and so little time, this multi-tasking Mama headed to Walmart to save time, money and get everything I needed for back to school and the home all in one trip.
Even though it probably feels like the summer just started, a new school year is right around the corner! For kids, a new school year means another year filled with homework and extracurricular activities. For parents, it’s all about making sure your children are prepared. If you have children that are about ready to head back to school, here are a few tips for getting them ready for a new school year.
Disclosure: A huge thanks to Pampers for sponsoring today’s post and encouraging me to learn and share tips on potty training. All experiences and opinions are always 100% my own as this post is written by me in its entirety.
Children are as different as fingerprints. No two are alike, especially not my little ones. Our latest adventures with Em and teaching her to use the potty has taken us one step forward and fifteen steps back. Okay, I might be exaggerating just a bit.
School just started again and your printer just went kurplunk. What will you do now? Projects will be due, pictures need to be printed and that assignment just can’t wait.
The Epson Expression Premium XP-820 Small-in-One printer is chock full of features, but still energy-efficient and ENERGY STAR qualified. The stunning output quality is not limited to photos, though. You can print directly on DVD’s and CD’s as well as envelopes, and a variety of paper sizes.