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When electing a career, it is important that you try your very based to shape your choice around your best skills and qualities. Admittedly, this is often easier said than done, high competition across various industries plus many other factors can often mean that you simply fall into a job that doesn’t necessarily play to your strengths. Creative thinkers and those with an eye for innovation often find themselves in careers that don’t allow them to show off their creative attributes. You should work hard to avoid this if you are an inventive type of person despite how difficult it…

While it may feel as though the summer holidays have only just started, the reality is that they’re almost over – yes, already. As thousands of children prepare to wave goodbye to a lazy summer spent with friends and family, your fellow parents are no doubt rejoicing in the return to routine, and an end to the endless whimpers of those who are ‘bored’ or ‘hungry’. Hooray for September! Of course, the approach of this new year can mean only one thing; it’s time to go shopping for those back to school essentials, and to empty your purse of anything…

The internet is the perfect platform for students. Studying online gives you much more flexibility, offers more choices and is more affordable than most traditional, classroom based courses. However, online students face many more challenges. Below are some of these challenges and tips on how to overcome these obstacles. Discipline When you study online, you don’t have the same structures in place that exist in a classroom. This means you have to become much more disciplined. There are a lot of distractions, especially if you will be studying at home. In many cases, students have to deal with day-to-day family…

It has always been incredibly difficult to motivate younger generations to go to the polls. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, less than half of eligible young adult voters turn out for the presidential election, and fewer than 12 percent of younger generations even know the midterms exist. Research suggests several reasons young people avoid the polls, ranging from lack of education and apathy to disappointment and disgust with the current political system. It is critical to the success of our democracy that every voter exercises their right ― especially during this election, when there is so much at stake.…