When J left for his first year of college last year I hadn’t planned on seeing him until Thanksgiving of that year. Except he got a bit homesick and came for a quick visit in September, and then again to celebrate A’s 1st birthday in October. Each time we flew him home, even if it was for just for quick weekend visit. Not exactly what we thought when trying to figure out how to bring the comforts of home to college for him.
Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Bloggin’ Mamas and the Florida Prepaid College Board. However, all experiences and opinions are always 100% my own as this post is written by me in its entirety. If you’ve wondered what you can do, and how to save for college, you’ve come to the right place.
With three children, it’s hard to hold a conversation without referring to one of them at any given point.
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.
With 35 years of long-standing partnership in their pocket, Coca-Cola is proud to continue to support the Hispanic Scholarship Fund with its recent announcement of the 2016 For The Dream national scholarship program. I’ve partnered with Coca-Cola to help spread the word and give Latino students with the opportunity to achieve their educational goals and become future leaders.
This Debt Free College Education post is part of a sponsored collaboration with Bloggin’ Mamas and the Florida Prepaid College Board as part of the Florida Prepaid Mama’Bassador Program. However, all experiences and opinions are always 100% my own as this post is written by me in its entirety.
Debt in general sucks.