Wouldn’t you love to be able to send your children to college debt-free? U-Nest can help you do that! During this sponsored hour we will be chatting about saving for college or higher education! Plus, all participants that RSVP will have a chance to win some pretty AWESOME prizes.
What is one thing that your family does weekly, together? Ours hosts a game night on Thursday! It’s a tradition we’ve carried on since Jason was tween. The girls love when it’s their turn to pick out a board game for game night. Little do they know that after they head off to bed, it’s the tweens and young adults turn. And then there’s Mama’s Night In aka adult-only board game night.
Here’s a little funny story. When I was in college, and Jason was already walking around, my Mama used to say he would be finished with college before me. She was partly right. While I do already hold a B.S. and M.S. in Criminal Justice, I always wanted to go to Law School. Now that Jason is nearing completion of his undergraduate degree the race is on. Who will enter and complete Law School first? So why now am I thinking of heading back…because it’s never too late.
Worry Less and Save More With A Florida Prepaid Plan is a sponsored post for Bloggin’ Mamas on behalf of the Florida Prepaid College Board. All experiences and opinions are always 100%.
Over coffee with a friend the conversation of college came up. Our girls are the same ages, 3 and 5, and she was wondering about saving for their education for the future. I told her that we had already started college savings for my girls. One has a regular savings account, the other a 529 plan.
Congratulations graduate! You’ve just graduated college, which is a huge step for any young adult, and often a challenging one. You are finally on your way to becoming the responsible man or woman you want to be. This can seem intimidating at first – stepping into the real world is a big deal. Most graduates have student loans to pay off in addition to supporting themselves as well as investing into your future.