Thursday, April 27, 2017

A Few Fun Facts About Crowdsourcing.

April 26, 2017 by  
Filed under Business, Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Crowdsourcing isn’t exactly new, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a lot to learn about it. Here are a few fun facts about crowdsourcing that you might find very interesting! Crowdsourcing Was Around In The 1930s When we said crowdsourcing wasn’t a new thing, we meant it. It has been around since […]

The Steps You Need To Take To Come Out Of College Debt-Free.

April 24, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Money, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( The thought of going off to college can be really exciting. There are many different things to look forward to, as well as some more daunting things like possibly moving far from home and the tests that you will do. There may also be some daunting thoughts about the cost of it all. We […]

Coping At Home While Your Man Fights For His Country.

Tweet ( Having a partner in the military is never easy. He’s the person you love with all of your heart, yet he expects you to be okay with the fact that he risks his life every day. To make matters worse, he’s away for extended periods. So, you have plenty of time to dwell on […]

It’s Not The Falling Down, It’s The Getting Back Up.

Tweet ( Accepting that our lives aren’t perfect has become harder than ever. Wait. No. Accepting that we monumentally screwed up has become harder than ever, and there are loads of variables as to why, but a big part of this is social media. There is an author with the initials WHH who said it best […]

The Sista’s Guide to First Time House Buying.

Tweet ( Are you fed up of renting? Sick of roommates? Want to own a place to call your own and to put your own mark on? Of course you do! But buying ain’t so easy in this world, economic climate and that good old fashioned gender pay gap. Investing in your first home can feel […]

6 Ways to Find Balance in Work and Everyday Life.

Tweet ( We as individuals spend so much time at work. In general most of us spend a large part of the day at work. There needs to be a balance with work and our after work life. We need to be able to still do the things we enjoy after work. It’s also important to […]

April Reading List for Uplifting Black Women.

Tweet ( Spring is finally here and this means that it is time to spring clean off the book shelf and get some new reads. You spring clean your home and your life now it’s time to feed the sole with some uplifting and encouraging words. It’s very difficult to find uplifting reads for Black women. […]

How HTML Tutorials Can Greatly Speed Up The Learning Process.

April 10, 2017 by  
Filed under Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Learning how to become a web designer can be extremely difficult, but with the right information and tools, you will be well on your way to a successful ending. While there are many different sources available that will provide you will information about HTML, you will find some of them lacking in some aspects. […]

Help! I Caught My Teen Watching Porn.

April 6, 2017 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children did an online victimization survey which revealed that only a small percentage of kids purposely seek out pornography, and most respond appropriately by quickly leaving the site, yet very few report such incidents to parents. Youth can easily be exposed to sexually explicit content online […]

Could You Thrive As A Teacher?

April 6, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Having a calling in life is something many of us worry about. If you haven’t found what excites you and what you are passionate about by the time you’ve left education, it can easily leave you feeling pretty apprehensive about the future. There is a lot of pressure to decide on a career path […]

Next Page »