The Top 5 Medical Schools in the US

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Medical schools are tough places. Not only is the education very intensive and impressive, and sometimes hard to digest, but the competition level amongst students is very high. Not everyone is cut out to be a doctor or a medical professional of any kind. In fact, it takes a rare breed of person to go after a medical degree and rise in the ranks of the medical profession. The person needs to take their studies seriously, be very smart, very dedicated and very driven. They need to handle stress very well, be dedicated to their job first and foremost and must have a big ego, as well as a streak of perfectionism. The life of a medical professional is indeed a hard and demanding life, and any student getting ready to enter that field- or is even just about it- must be prepared for all that comes with it. Medical school is a tough place to get into to- not to mention expensive- and it may even be a tougher place to finish once you get accepted into it. Here are some of the best medical schools in the country, according to studies that have been done by U.S. News, which conducts a study of medical schools every year based on MCAT scores, GPA, acceptance rate at the college, the student to faculty ratio and the grants that the school receives, in order to measure which schools are the best research facilities in the medical education world.

 

1. Harvard University (Boston, MA)

As if Harvard is not on the top of pretty much every list involving education, it is also on the top of the medical school list as the best research school in the country, and perhaps even the world. It is also one of the most expensive medical schools in the country- as it ranks in the top 10 in that category- but, it is worth it when you have a school that is as good as Harvard University.

(tied) 2. Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD)

This is another very prestigious school on the list, and perhaps the most famous medical school in the entire country, if not the entire world. The school is slightly less expensive than Harvard, which beat it out for the top spot, but is much smaller and much more competitive because of that.

(tied) 2. University of Pennsylvania Perelmen- Philadelphia, PA

Tying with Johns Hopkins is a surprise on this list for anyone with just a cursory knowledge of medical schools. We all probably expected Harvard and Johns Hopkins, but very few probably expected the University of Pennsylvania to make it onto this prestigious list.

4. Stanford University (Stanford, CA)

Yet another hot shot school on the list. Stanford is known for all-around academic excellence, and its medical program is no different.

5. University of California- San Francisco (San Francisco, CA)

UCSF is another sleeper to make it onto the list, and it is one of the cheapest schools on the entire top 10 list- being almost half of what the other ones are.

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an education blog carnival – August 1, 2012

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Welcome to the August 1, 2012 edition of an education carnival.

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Air National of Houston presents Don’t Get Left Out In The Heat posted at Air National Houston Blog.

TomatoInk presents Samsung and Kodak Announce a Tactical New Alliance in Consumer Inkjet Printing posted at TomatoInk, saying, “Two big names Kodak and Samsung Electronics have decided to form a strategic alliance to sell consumer inkjet printers in Europe.”

Tomato Ink presents Condé Introduces New Dye-Sub Printer posted at TomatoInk, saying, “Condé Systems has recently introduced a new dye-sublimation printer – the DyeTrans GX e7700N. The DyeTrans GX e7700N is the next generation version of the top-selling GX 7000. The printer’s innovative GelSprinter hybrid laser and ink jet technology delivers laser printer speed at a very low cost per page. The GX e7700N can print an 8.5″ × 11″ page in 25 seconds, one of the fastest in the printer category.”

Tomato Ink presents Toshiba Withdraws National No-Print Day Campaign posted at TomatoInk, saying, “Recently, Toshiba America Business Solutions (TABS) came out with a press release recalling its proposed “National No-Print Day” campaign after the proposed promotion faced heavy protests from the commercial printing and paper industries.”

Antti Williams presents How to Succeed in College: Habits of Successful Students posted at Personal Development and Other Things.

Aris Habiburrahman presents Tutorial XCelsius 3 (Dinamic Visibility) posted at Dashboard XCelsius/SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards.

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Liz E presents Old Fashioned Travel for an Old Fashioned Education posted at Homeschooling in Buffalo.

Brad Neaton presents The Road Less Traveled posted at The Road Less Traveled.

Kate presents How to Register for Classes posted at All the things you need to know about surviving your quarter life crisis.

Greg Field presents NerdWallet’s Top 15 Scholarships for Women posted at NerdWallet | Education, saying, “NerdWallet | Education’s review of the top national scholarships for women. Take a look and enjoy!”

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Math Tutors near Columbus Ohio (OSU)

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I am a Computer Science graduate student at The Ohio State University. I have teaching experience at Ohio State in Introductory Computer Science and have excellent reviews from my students. I have a TOEFL score of 118/120. I have excellent communication and people skills and I love teaching.

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Maria Mercedes S. from Columbus, OH
I am a PhD candidate of WDE Education at The Ohio State University. I am in the process of obtaining the P-K12 World Language – Spanish Ohio License. I completed a Masters in Business Administration, and have a strong interest in teaching. I have been teaching for the last twelve years.

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Hello my name is Svetlana. My true passion is math tutor and helping others. Before I moved to America 12 years ago, I was a Middle school and High school teacher for 16 years teaching pre-algebra, geometry, trigonometry and much more to many different types of learners.

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Hi there! My name is Robert (I prefer to go by Bob, though) and I am currently at Otterbein University looking to get my teaching license for High School Math. I haven't had too much Math tutoring experience (except for all the times I've helped my friends with their homework)

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Caring, fun, and helpful tutor and music instructor that loves to work with students and see them improve! Moved from AZ recently and working for OSU! Credentials include BS degrees in Microbiology (minor in Chemistry) and Physiological Psychology (emphasis in Neuroscience) from ASU.

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3 Reasons Every Pre-Med Student Deserves a Post-MCAT Vacation

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So, you want to become a doctor. Unfortunately, the road there is one of the most difficult pursuits in academia, and for good reason. One of the most monumental landmarks in the journey to practicing medicine is taking and passing the MCAT. This test will determine what type of med school you can attend and, ultimately, whether you can become a doctor or not. Any pre-med student will tell you it is a very big deal. They will also tell you that it was one of the most difficult tests they had ever prepared for at the time. With all this work and stress centered on the MCAT, it would do any pre-med student a world of good to do some major relaxing after they have finally completed the process.

1. Give your mind a rest.

Ideally, you should spend about 40 hours a week studying for the MCAT. That equates to a full-time job. It doesn’t matter when you are applying for med school, cramming in 40 hours a week for study time is no easy task. Students are often in the middle of classes, have other jobs, are working on research projects, or have extracurricular activities that need to be taken care of before they can even begin to focus on study time. Many students opt to split up their time the best they can during the week and then take about 20 hours every weekend to study. After all this preparation, the mind is full of enough information to fill a couple encyclopedias. And, not only does this information need to be recalled perfectly to ace the test, the mental exhaustion that pre-med students suffer as a result of the extensive preparation can become overwhelming. After you take the test, this is the absolute best time to give your ticker a much-needed rest. Actually transporting yourself to a different location is the perfect way to get your mind, which is now overloaded with information and worry about your score, to become clear again.

2. Celebrate.

If you have already gone through the process of studying for the MCAT, you know how much work it is. If you’re just starting down the road of preparing for the test, you will understand as soon as you walk out of that testing center how stressed you were and how much of a relief it is to finally finish that exam. If you want to become a doctor, there is absolutely no better time than directly after the MCAT to jet off to the beach or another favorite getaway to celebrate your hard work. Finishing the MCAT is no small feat, so anyone who does it deserves to treat themselves to some well-deserved rest and relaxation.

3. Re-focus on your goals.

As soon as you finish that MCAT test and receive your score, one phase of the journey to practicing medicine is complete. Let’s hope you were happy with your original score and can use it to begin applying to medical schools. If not, you will have to re-take the test. But, assuming things go as planned, you will receive your score and begin the next leg of your journey – the application process. Once you know your scores, you will have a bit more perspective on the types of schools that could accept you. As you think about where you want to go and what type of medicine you would like to practice, this is actually the perfect time to get away. A vacation lends a bit of breathing room. It will allow for some time to reflect on your journey so far, re-generate, and think about why you truly want to practice medicine in the first place. Sometimes, the difference between getting into a good med school and a great one is the amount of passion you have for medicine. Get back in touch with that passion after you rid yourself of those MCAT worries by taking a week away.

Amelia Wood is a blogger and freelance writer who often writes to explain medical billing and coding online. She welcomes your questions and comments at amelia1612@gmail.com.

Overnight camps – Let Your Kids Enjoy New Experiences During The Summer

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Overnight camps are summer camps for kids and they have to be approved by the American Camp Association. These camps let kids and young adults stay overnight. This is why they are often called overnight camps or sleep-away camps. Other camps, called day camps, let kids stay only during the day. You have to bring them home each night.

There are many reasons why you should send your children to these camps. Most of them are positive. I will show them to you and you will know how to make the right decision for your kid or kids.

The following are some of the most important benefits of overnight camps:

#1: They are extremely fun for kids.

Overnight camps offer new fun experiences for kids. Kids absolutely love them and want to repeat the overnight camp experience over and over again.

#2: The kids will be supervised by adults for the entire time period they spent in an overnight camp.

The kids will live in a safe environment. They will not be allowed to leave the camp unaccompanied. I think that it is important for kids to enjoy a new environment without enjoying any environment.

This overnight camp experience is not to help kids deal with everything that life has to offer to them. It’s more like an experience that takes place in a closed and safe environment which is different from their home and school environments.

#3: Children absolutely love them and most of them want to come back in the next years.

Kids love new and different experiences. These experiences stimulate their curiosity and their minds. As a result, they get smarter and more confidence. Confidence and a high level of intelligence are two of the most important characteristics that most successful people share.

#4: Kids will become more independent and willing to take risks.

Nothing makes people more risk averse than living in a same environment for years. These early experiences will prepare children and young adults for handling the life challenges that they will eventually have to face in their adult lives.

#5: They will meet new people and bond with other kids of the same age.

Being at an overnight camp gives kids the opportunity to interact with new people. They will be able to socialize with other kids and learn how to communicate more effectively. Learning how to communicate easily and concisely is a really important life skill to possess.

Most people do not know how to explain things easily and to persuade people. This happens because their thoughts are not well organized. As a result, they lack a sense of understanding of the subject and an easy way to explain it to others.

#6: Parents will have less to worry about their kids.

When their kids are in good hands, the kids are going to be safe. The supervisors are paid to take care of the kids. The supervisors are also going to organize different competitions so the kids will not have the time and desire to leave the camp.

#7: They will enjoy new experiences.

The kids will face new challenges, play games, participate in competitions and they will also meet people from different cultures. These foreigners will come with their own cultural backgrounds. When two cultures come together in a peaceful way, both benefit from the advantages of the other culture.

As you can notice, Overnight Camps are a great thing for kids. They provide a safe and a life changing environment. For most kids, these sleep-away camps represent life changing experiences.

4 degree paths that did not exist 30 years ago

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Needless to say, the world has changed quite a bit over the last three decades. There have been many ups and downs, many changes, and some things that have remained the same. Some changes have been for the better, while some have been for the worse. That is just the way of the world, and there is not much of anything that anyone can do about it. One area that can seen as an area that has changed a lot is where the job market is concerned. There have been tons of jobs that have came and went, and the same can be said about the relevance of certain college degrees. There are some college degrees that have pretty much disappeared over the college map, while other college degrees have popped up out of nowhere and have become some of the most prestigious and well paying jobs on the market in the entire world. The job creation market seems endless as technology keeps getting better and better and more and more advanced. This means that some jobs will be thrown by the wayside, while other new jobs will emerge, and this is the same for college degrees. Here are 4 jobs and college degrees that did not exist three decades ago:

Degree path #1. Software application development
There are very few industries that are booming as much as software applications, or “apps” as they are more commonly known. Apps for mobile devices and personal computers are some of the most common things used in both devices, and they have become an everyday part of many people’s lives. Software applications have become a cash cow for developers like Apple, Microsoft and Google, and it seems like they are not going anywhere soon. Needless to say, applications did not exist three decades ago, but we can probably rest assured that they will exist in one form or another three decades from now, albeit a much more sophisticated version of an app.

Degree path #2. Online market research
There was no internet 30 years ago, or at least not in the form we are used to it today, and online marketing (especially expertise in social media marketing and data mining) is one of the biggest and best ways for companies to advertise and get their name in the market.

Degree path #3. Social Media management
This is another one of those social media marketing degrees and career paths that did not exist three decades ago. Social media has defined the business world lately, and that does not seem to be changing.

Degree path #4. Sustainability
There was conservatism 30 years ago, but there was not any degrees like a sustainability degree back then. It was not nearly as detailed as degrees are now.

Raul is a freelance writer for numerous online sites, blogs and print publications. His writing can be read all over the internet, including at getarealdegree.com.

an education blog carnival – August 22, 2012

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Welcome to the August 22, 2012 edition of an education carnival.

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Neelakantha presents Should Managers Be Good Technical Personnel? posted at Business News This Week, saying, “You can inspect, and correct, only those things, which you are aware of, and you have knowledge and experience. So it is very much necessary that a manager handling a responsible post should have his hands on technical aspects.”

Neelakantha presents How to Choose Your Profession? posted at Business News This Week, saying, “Now a days we find lot of people taking professional courses, spending lakhs of rupees to educate themselves and to gain skill in a particular profession, but them when they are finished with the studies and jump into the practical field and start working in the profession they find it doesn’t suit them and they switch to other professions.”

HCMF Movement presents About; HCMF Movement posted at HCMF Movement.

Neelakantha presents Should Youth Join In Active Politics? posted at Business News This Week, saying, “Yes, youth should join active politics, to change the way, political system is functioning today, and to give a better future, to the coming generations.”

Current Politics presents One of these is not Like the Other « Current Politics posted at Current Politics, saying, “Remember the bit on Sesame Street, “One of these is not like the other?” Do children even watch Sesame Street anymore? Well, anyway, I remember that recurring bit on that long running children’s show, and today I am going to relive my childhood with an “exciting” political version.”

Neelakantha presents Six Good Things to Learn from Successful Person posted at Business News This Week, saying, “There are a few things that all successful people have followed, to achieve success in their life, have a look.”

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Maureen Denard presents Teaching Children Problem Solving Skills posted at Find A Nanny, saying, “One of the best set of skills you can teach a child is effective problem solving skills. These skills will be used and built on throughout a child’s life.”

Greg Field presents Common College Scams posted at NerdWallet | Education, saying, “Here are some typical college scams about scholarships, credit cards, and identity theft that students and parents should know about for the coming school year. Enjoy”

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an education blog carnival – August 15, 2012

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Liz E presents There Are No Breaks in Homeschool! posted at Homeschooling in Buffalo.

Foxy presents thegoldenfoxgirl.com » Study hard kids posted at thegoldenfoxgirl.com, saying, “My thoughts on the educational system.”

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an education blog carnival – September 12, 2012

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Welcome to the September 12, 2012 edition of an education carnival.

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Maureen Denard presents 30 of the Best Blogs on Choosing a Preschool posted at Find A Nanny, saying, “Beginning preschool marks a very important milestone in a child’s life. For those children that have one parent who stays home or that are under private, in-home care and have not attended daycare, it’s often their first experience with spending structured time outside of the home without a parent or primary caregiver present.”

Anne Laurie presents 5 Trends for Teaching Kids Languages posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “One of the hottest parenting trends today is giving children language instruction beyond that of their primary, native tongue.”

Hannah Anderson presents 10 Tips for Picking the Perfect Teacher Gift posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, “Teachers are such an integral and important aspect of kids’ lives that, as parents, you may want to thank them for their hard work and dedication to teaching and serving your children. Several times a year occasions arise where you may want to give your child’s teacher a gift to express your appreciation.”

Emma Roberts presents 10 Must Haves When Tailgating with Kids posted at Summer Nanny, saying, “While tailgating is not an event that is typically attended by many kids, that doesn’t mean it can’t be a family-friendly affair. It may take a little more thought and preparation to tailgate with kids in tow, but you and your family can enjoy a great time before the game if you plan accordingly.”

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Erica Brooks presents 5 Tips to Help Your Child Succeed in School posted at Healthy Family Matters, saying, “Kids can be a full time job! But among the seemingly never-ending list of important tasks, one of the best things you can do for your child is to ensure their schooling experience is successful and worthwhile. Here are simple strategies to help.”

John Morrow presents NerdWallet Education Launches A Scholarship Search Tool Students Can Trust posted at NerdWallet | Education, saying, “This is a comprehensive scholarship search tool brought to you by NerdWallet. There are no ads or solicitations. We provide tools for students and young adults to pursue a life of financial literacy. Hope you enjoy it!”

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Math Tutors Near University of South Florida

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RAY R. from Winter Park, FL
I am comfortably retired but really enjoy helping people learn. I have four masters degrees in different areas. Have taught at over a dozen colleges and universities. Like tutoring much better than teaching, because it is focused on the needs of particular students.

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I am a national science and mathematics Goldwater Scholar, a National AP Scholar, and hold 3.93 GPA in college. I have taken: Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, differential equations, linear algebra Physics I and II, Modern Physics, Quantum mechanics

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I strongly believe that it takes the process of actually applying one's studies to real-world scenarios in order to gain a deep and lasting understanding of the material. I have received a diverse spectrum of experience ranging from developing artificial intelligence systems, to writing medical software, to writing apps that integrate with web platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.

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I am an electrical engineering student at UCF. As an engineer, I have a high level of expertise in math. I have had six college level courses from College Algebra through Differential Equations and I am very familiar with mathematics. I have also learned a good deal of Java, physics, chemistry and grammar.

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Hello, I'm Sadik. I am a medical doctor (the kind that you go to when you have a cold) who is studying for my license exams, so I'll be tutoring in the meantime to help people out.

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an education blog carnival – October 3, 2012

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Welcome to the October 3, 2012 edition of an education carnival.

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Shelby Jackson presents 10 Things Nannies Should Do Every Year to Be Proactive In Their Careers posted at 4Nannies, saying, “No nanny wants a job to end on short notice, however sometimes nothing can be done to prevent it from happening. In addition to having to quickly wind down emotionally from a position, jobs that end abruptly can leave a nanny strapped for cash. Whether you’re a seasoned nanny or just starting out in the field.”

Lisa Williams presents 30 Blogs for Helping to Teach Kids to Be Thankful posted at Become A Nanny, saying, “One of the most important lessons that a parent can instill in a child is a sense of gratitude and an appreciation for their relative good fortune when measured against the far less prosperous citizens that make up much of the world.”

Barbara West presents Tiny Tots-Caring For Our Children posted at Tiny Tots-Caring For Our Children.

Brittany Harris presents How to Help Your Kinesthetic Learner Do Better in School posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “Children who are kinesthetic learners learn best when they are moving, which can become a problem in classrooms where students are required to sit all day”

Kevin presents 10 Tips for Hiring a Caregiver Over Spring Break posted at Summer Nanny, saying, “Because a working parent’s professional holiday schedule rarely coincides with their children’s school holidays, spring break can present a childcare logistics nightmare for parents who are unable to take extra time off work. One week is just long enough to make stringing together a handful of separate caregivers a challenge, but doesn’t seem to be long enough to justify the hiring of a private nanny.”

Daniel Long presents How to Train a New Nanny | Hire a Nanny posted at hireananny.com, saying, “Bringing a new nanny into your home to care for your children, whether it’s her first post or fifteenth, will require some level of training and a period of adjustment. Regardless of her experience in the private childcare field, even the best nanny is largely unfamiliar with the way that your individual household runs, the rules with which you keep order and the needs particular to your family alone.”

Jocelyn Scott presents 10 Ways Agencies Screen Nannies posted at Nanny Background Check, saying, “One of the most appealing aspects of utilizing a dedicated nanny agency to find and hire a nanny is that each candidate has been thoroughly screened and subjected to a series of tests and background checks prior to being hired, saving parents valuable time during the interview process.”

Shelby Jackson presents Discussing Safety Concerns with Your Nanny Employer posted at 4Nannies, saying, “No nanny enjoys having to discuss tough topics with her employer.”

Carter White presents 30 Blogs for Quick and Easy School Night Meals posted at Babysitting, saying, “The often frantic pace of weeknights during the school year can leave parents scrambling for a healthy, tasty dinner that will please the whole family and doesn’t require hours in the kitchen.”

Brittany Harris presents 10 iPhone Apps for Tracking Kids Vaccinations posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “While the controversy surrounding immunizations and some parents’ choice to forgo them wages on, parents who have opted to thoroughly vaccinate their children against serious illnesses can find it difficult to track which ones have been administered, which are due, and what each round protects against.”

MITCHELL MORRIS presents How to Reduce Your Child’s Stress before the Big Game posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, “Just like adult athletes, children who participate in competitive sports can and do experience stress.”

Jacqui Barrie presents How to Navigate an Airport with a Toddler in Tow posted at Aupair Jobs, saying, “Traveling with a little one is not a task that most parents look forward to undertaking. Most anecdotes shared between parents regarding air travel tend to lean more in the direction of “harrowing” than “uneventful,” making those who haven’t previously taken that plunge hesitant to do so while their children are still so young.”

Sharon Moore presents How to Set Up a Homework Station to Limit Distractions posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “With the kids back in school you may be worried about how much your children are learning. For parents who want to provide their children with the tools they need to reach their potential, creating a homework station can help.”

MITCHELL MORRIS presents 10 iPhone Apps for Keeping Track of Homework posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, “The importance of academic success in relation to your child’s future is undeniable”

Jim Wilson presents 10 Risky Teen Behaviors You Should Be Aware Of | Babysitters posted at 10 Physical Contact Rules for Babysitters, saying, “Many teenagers think they are invincible, and are always looking for the next thrill.”

Jeff Moore presents 30 Blogs for Tracking Kids’ Activities posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, “Keeping up with how your child spends her time, what activities she’s engaging in when you’re not with her, and managing her schedule is easily one of the most difficult aspects of parenting.”

Sydney Bell presents How To Handle Negative Feedback On Your Blog posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, “Blogging and social media have changed the ways of marketing for companies because of their ease, outreach and the fact they’re budget friendly.”

Michelle Brown presents 5 Realities Of Beverly Hills Nannies posted at Nanny, saying, “”Beverly Hills Nannies, a reality show on the ABC Family channel, follows a group of nannies who work for affluent families to give viewers an inside look at the life of a Beverly Hills nanny. While many of the situations are a bit exaggerated, a lot of the situations parallel the life of a real nanny. Here are the realities of Beverly Hills Nannies.””

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Gratitude presents May 26, Discover and Develop True Talent of your Child posted at Gratitude’s Personal Development Blog.

Rick Villa presents Back to school gift ideas | Personalized Stationery Blog – Gifts In 24 posted at Personalized Stationery Blog – Gifts In 24.

Rick Villa presents Personalized Notepads for Teachers: The Pocket Knife of Academia | Personalized Stationery Blog – Gifts In 24 posted at Personalized Stationery Blog – Gifts In 24.

Russ Egan presents 21 Tips for Graduate Chemical Engineers posted at Chemical Engineering Guide.

anisha@nerdwallet.com presents Scholarships for Homeschooled Students posted at NerdWallet | Education, saying, “With tuition and student loans on the rise, scholarship funding is increasingly necessary and important. NerdWallet has compiled a list of the best scholarships for homeschooled students.”

Adam Alesbrook presents Group Work and Design posted at newkidinclass.

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