Sunday, August 20, 2017


How to Make Further Education Work in Your Lifestyle.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Further education is a way to improve your life and learn new skills later in life. However, for many people, it’s a daunting prospect and there are a couple of factors that contribute to this: You might feel like you don’t have enough time between all of your other commitments You might be worried […]

Maximizing Summer as a Student.

August 2, 2017 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) There are various ways to maximize a summer especially by doing positive things in order to stay on track for the future. While you can definitely waste away time playing video games like Grand Theft Auto, maximizing your summer means you should strive to be productive as possible during your summer break. While enjoying […]

Put It to the Test: Develop Your Interest in Science.

July 28, 2017 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) Science is a framework that we use to understand how the word works. It helps us discover more about history, learn about the stars and planets, and develop treatments for diseases. While there are many women in the field of medicine, other STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) skew toward the male […]

What The Hell Is Hell Week?

July 25, 2017 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) Good question. Hell week will be a complete mystery to anyone who never went to college or university. But, for previous students, the very mention of those two words will bring back memories that make their entire bodies shiver. Hell week, is a way that lecturers and course runners separate the best from the […]

Is Your Car Prepared for Your Newborn?

July 24, 2017 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) Being a new parent is exciting, amazing, and truly wonderful. But it’s also an exercise in how not to hurt a tiny person that’s been fully entrusted to your care. It doesn’t help that people in your life likely only want to chat about the mistakes new parents make on both big and small […]

Making Further Education Exciting, Not Strenuous.

July 24, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Something that many adults often think about, is further education. Further education can fill people with dread. It’s a big change, and a part time job may be needed, extra care for children, and more. What if you’re the oldest one in the class? What if you just don’t understand the course material? All […]

Great Grades Aren’t Everything.

May 17, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet (ThySistas.com) It’s time for parents to understand that fantastic grades aren’t the be all and end all. Don’t get the wrong idea here, we’re not saying that grades and academic achievement aren’t important. They are, and school performance can predict whether or not a child will succeed later in life. But there are other factors […]

Considering Making A Move To A Medical Profession? You Should!

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Moving to a medical profession can sound like a lot of hard work – and that’s because it is. Working in a medical career is hard work, requires endurance, a willingness to work long hours, and more. However, don’t let the hard work and long hours put you off. Here’s why you should […]

What Marketing Skills Stand Out On A Resume?

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Now is an excellent time to get into marketing. Why? Well, for one thing, businesses are starting to put more emphasis on the sector because they understand its importance. As a result, there are more better-paid jobs that are available now than ever before. The problem is that lots of people have the same […]

Back to School: 5 Ways to Educate Yourself As an Adult.

May 4, 2017 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet (ThySistas.com) It often seems like there’s a set path in life that you’re supposed to follow (or not follow), especially when it comes to education and careers. You finish high school and then you either go to college, or you start working right away. Some might not even graduate from high school before they start […]

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