Budapest Week One: First Impressions

Originally posted on Andrea Zurlo Creative:
I’ve had a bit of a lifestyle change since I last checked in here on the blog: I’ve arrived in Budapest, Hungary to study abroad for the semester! This past week has felt like a whirlwind, and I’m excited to share it all with you. Upon arriving last Sunday…

Americans are rejecting the ‘homeschool myth’ — and experts say the misunderstood education might be better than public or charter schools

Originally posted on Happy. Homeschooling. Housewife.:
When I saw the title of this article I knew I needed to read it — and I am glad I did! Most of my friends are educators working as leaders in public and charter schools. A few of them have even started their own schools. All are seriously…

How to Prepare for a Snowpocalypse

Stay warm, guys! Alexis Chateau The weather reports are in and the snow is coming down. The Starks were right: Winter is coming…andAtlanta is about to suffer the consequences southern style. Ask anyone about the havoc snow wreaks in the south, and you’ll hear some of the most horrifically amusing stories: from befriending truckers toContinue reading “How to Prepare for a Snowpocalypse”

5 Reasons you Shouldn’t Drop out of College

Are their truly happy and successful college dropouts out there? Of course, there are. But let’s face it: most of us aren’t destined to be the next Steve Jobs or Bill Gates. So stay in school.