Archive for October, 2013
You might be working 40 plus-hour weeks to support for children. You might not know how to find a daycare for them. You might have no clue about what education is best for them. These are the problems that plague you when you are raising children alone. But remember: You always have options, even when you think the world has turned its back on you. Here are four quick avenues toward help:
1. The problem
Studies from 2001 show that half of all children were then in non-parent daycare arrangements by the time they reached nine months old. Even if these children stay with one parent, that leaves the parent the heavy responsibility of raising children alone, unaided and without much support. Luckily,
Did you know that, on average, 20% to 30% of your graduating class will come back for a reunion? This statistic will vary from reunion to reunion, though. 50th reunions are statistically the most popular, followed by the 10th and 25th.
If you are planning a college reunion, the details can seem overwhelming. It might have all the planning of a wedding, without the payoff of being the center of attention. Reunions, though, are how we keep in touch with people from our past and see how far everyone has come. If you are part of a college alumni association planning your next event, then here are three tips that might come in handy.
1. College Reunion Themes
One way a lot of planners make celebrations easier is by arranging the event around a theme. Tropical island themes are always popular, a