Put simply, calculating the economic value of any particular college degree is difficult. The factors that can affect such a calculation are almost innumerable. However, there are a few considerations that should take precedence in making this determination. Without any further adieu, here they are: The Institution The institution from which the degree is earned can play … [Read more...] about How to Calculate the Economic Value of College Degrees
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I love the television show “Law & Order.” Every version. Every season. Every episode. I watched it continuously through both of my (never-ending) pregnancies to the point where I swear my newborn thinks the opening credit music is a lullaby. People (ahem, my mom and the hubby) get on my case, a lot, for watching too much “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (SVU). I … [Read more...] about Five Parenting Lessons I’ve Learned from “Law & Order”
I got into an argument with a guy recently concerning the reasons why it feels so disorienting to do a somersault when you get older. I know, I’m “that” dinner party guest. He claimed it had to do with the aging process of your ears and the crystals that inhabit the ear canal. I agreed that his claim had adequate standing, but only as a consequence of a deeper root cause, … [Read more...] about Risky Business: Getting To The Core
The world got its first glimpse of Baby Cambridge today, as Will and Kate were photographed leaving the hospital in their classic, incredibly adorable fashion. Here's video of William putting the carseat into the car: Seriously, could I love these two any more? I could not. They are just the cutest and so clearly in love with each other and their new son. Anyway, the Duke and … [Read more...] about First Look At The Royal Baby!
As mothers, it is imbedded in our very nature to take care of others. What mothers should know is that society has taken advantage of this fact for centuries. And while they continue to take, mothers continue to give. How does society take without giving to mothers? I think the National Association of Mothers’ Centers Advocacy Coordinator Valerie Young says it … [Read more...] about What About a Mothers’ Bill of Rights?