Education

female student

Three Essential Habits of Every Successful Independent Learner

Whether you’re still a student or a full-time employee, independent or self-guided learning is a critical skill. Independent learning is the ability of an individual to act, think, and pursue learning opportunities autonomously, without the guidance of a teacher or a mentor at work. In the ever-evolving job market, where fresh graduates are competing for

Read More
neighborhood

What You Need to Know Before Moving to a New Community

Many people often take changing residences as a new chapter in their life, and for good reason. Moving to a new location can be the greatest change in your life or the worst one. This is especially true during your first few months or even an entire year. How well you prepare before you move

Read More
family

How to Make the Best Out of This Quarantine With Your Family

The quarantine has been dragging on for two years. Governments will announce that they lift the lockdown only to impose it again a few months after. Since there is no definite time frame on how long this will last, we have to learn how to live with it and even make the most out of

Read More

Young Nonprofits: Ideas to Increase Community Engagement

Nonprofit organizations are always on the lookout for partners and volunteers within their communities. Or sometimes, even outside the local areas. But for some nonprofits, engaging and retaining donors and members are big challenges. If you’re running or a part of a young nonprofit, focusing on community engagement should be on top of your mind. Creating relationships

Read More
interview

Understanding Millennials and Their Perpetual Habit of Job Hopping

In the ongoing debate between baby boomers and millennials being the best generation, there are many considerations to see the best qualities of the two. Although these two are at each other’s throats regarding cultural views and beliefs, there is no denying that they have to find common ground to work together. Since we’re delving deeper into

Read More
woman writing

Selecting a Defensive Driving Course Online

Driving is not only fun, but it is also highly convenient. However, getting a driver’s license is not a walk in the park, as you will pay for extremely high insurance premiums if you are categorized under high-risk drivers. However, there are a number of things you can do to soften judgment. Among them is

Read More
kid playing piano

Supporting Your Child in Exploring and Learning Skills and Abilities

Parents only want what’s best for their children. No wonder most of them do everything they can to provide their child all the support they can give. Sometimes, they even find themselves teaching their child various things to help them excel in life. Unfortunately, there are moments when some parents unknowingly push their kids too

Read More
boy attending online classes

Critical Thinking and Education Are Vital to Resist Polarization

Recent years have shown that our society has become increasingly polarized. It goes beyond merely identifying with the political left or right. More than ever, when opinion is divided on any issue, you’ll find that people on either side are no longer able to agree to disagree. There’s a lack of open, constructive discourse today

Read More
woman holding books

Aligning Higher Education with Today’s Workforce: How Does It Work?

Aside from disrupting businesses around the world, the pandemic also compelled schools and universities to shift to online classes to slow down the spread of the virus. While the health crisis is a serious matter that needs the full attention of the authorities, the situation also provided a unique opportunity to take stock of the current

Read More
female student

Three Essential Habits of Every Successful Independent Learner

Whether you’re still a student or a full-time employee, independent or self-guided learning is a critical skill. Independent learning is the ability of an individual to act, think, and pursue learning opportunities autonomously, without the guidance of a teacher or a mentor at work. In the ever-evolving job market, where fresh graduates are competing for

Read More
neighborhood

What You Need to Know Before Moving to a New Community

Many people often take changing residences as a new chapter in their life, and for good reason. Moving to a new location can be the greatest change in your life or the worst one. This is especially true during your first few months or even an entire year. How well you prepare before you move

Read More
family

How to Make the Best Out of This Quarantine With Your Family

The quarantine has been dragging on for two years. Governments will announce that they lift the lockdown only to impose it again a few months after. Since there is no definite time frame on how long this will last, we have to learn how to live with it and even make the most out of

Read More

Young Nonprofits: Ideas to Increase Community Engagement

Nonprofit organizations are always on the lookout for partners and volunteers within their communities. Or sometimes, even outside the local areas. But for some nonprofits, engaging and retaining donors and members are big challenges. If you’re running or a part of a young nonprofit, focusing on community engagement should be on top of your mind. Creating relationships

Read More
interview

Understanding Millennials and Their Perpetual Habit of Job Hopping

In the ongoing debate between baby boomers and millennials being the best generation, there are many considerations to see the best qualities of the two. Although these two are at each other’s throats regarding cultural views and beliefs, there is no denying that they have to find common ground to work together. Since we’re delving deeper into

Read More
woman writing

Selecting a Defensive Driving Course Online

Driving is not only fun, but it is also highly convenient. However, getting a driver’s license is not a walk in the park, as you will pay for extremely high insurance premiums if you are categorized under high-risk drivers. However, there are a number of things you can do to soften judgment. Among them is

Read More
kid playing piano

Supporting Your Child in Exploring and Learning Skills and Abilities

Parents only want what’s best for their children. No wonder most of them do everything they can to provide their child all the support they can give. Sometimes, they even find themselves teaching their child various things to help them excel in life. Unfortunately, there are moments when some parents unknowingly push their kids too

Read More
boy attending online classes

Critical Thinking and Education Are Vital to Resist Polarization

Recent years have shown that our society has become increasingly polarized. It goes beyond merely identifying with the political left or right. More than ever, when opinion is divided on any issue, you’ll find that people on either side are no longer able to agree to disagree. There’s a lack of open, constructive discourse today

Read More
woman holding books

Aligning Higher Education with Today’s Workforce: How Does It Work?

Aside from disrupting businesses around the world, the pandemic also compelled schools and universities to shift to online classes to slow down the spread of the virus. While the health crisis is a serious matter that needs the full attention of the authorities, the situation also provided a unique opportunity to take stock of the current

Read More
Scroll to Top