Posts Tagged ‘Mothers’
The first day of college is months away, but you must begin preparing now. The financial aid forms required by your college or university are soon due. College Financial Aid Advisor LaJuan Steels says that parents MUST be aware of key priority filing deadlines even if you’ve been offered scholarship.
After years of begging and pleading, I reluctantly agreed to let my 10-year old son play tackle football last year, thinking that once he got hit “one good time,” he would quit. The first season, much to my distress and disappointment, was a huge success.
As I watched my mom slip away, I realized that you can never prepare yourself for the day that you lose your mom. She was there when I took my first breath and I was there when she took her last one.
Life moves by at a fast pace and before you know it; your little people are grown men and women. Enjoy every moment and allow yourself to be goofy with your children and others who you love.
LaJuan Steels, Financial Aid Administrator at Cal State Northridge shared very important information for families who are applying for financial aid or reviewing scholarship offers.
Fun, interesting college facts to know at your next tailgating party – find them here!
My son, Jay, is now an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career. July 26th was the first day that veteran free agents could be called. I tried not to think about when the call will come but in my heart, I keep hoping it will be soon.
Tweet This morning my dear friend, Leah Wheeler, sent me a text that read “Instead of May being the month with “Mother’s Day” I’m proposing May to be Mother’s Month! This would be a month of guilt-free, intentional thoughts and behaviors to promote spiritual, mental, and emotional health.” I love the idea and I added [...]
As a busy sports mom I would often say that I didn’t have time to slow down and had too many things to do or places to go. Last Saturday I go a major wake up call. DJ’s accident forced her to take some much-needed time off to review her schedule and set boundaries.
Tweet by Deborah “DJ the Sports Mom” Johnson If your son is a senior in high school, a football player and has yet to receive a scholarship to college—It is not too late for that to happen! About three years ago, one of my dearest friends, Chandler, told me about an incredible organization that is [...]