Friday, January 24, 2020


No Kids on Purpose.

January 15, 2020 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

There are many factors that you may not be privy to to elaborate on why the stork has not dropped anything on their doorstep…and may never do so.  For some,  physical ailments keep them from reproduction. For others, time and making a living keep them from bringing forth a new generation. Whatever the reason may be, do not allow it to keep you from treating parents or non-parents with any less respect.

There’s Levels to Your Peace of Mind.

Yes, your brain is on the grind.  It is sending messages faster than Apollo to all of Zeus’ offspring.  That does not mean, however, that you can not find time to be the best you can for you.  Finding your peace of mind will help you to be a great person physically, mentally, and emotionally.  It may not be popular, but most great things are not.  That is perfectly fine because it is your peace.

It’s Not Your Job To Educate White People About Race – Easy Responses.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) If you’re black and you spend any amount of time around white people, whether in your friendship/social circle, at church, or even at work, you’ve probably been asked to explain or clarify things to them at some point. You might not think much of this, and if you want to give them your […]

The Best Career Moves If You Want to Be a Leader.

January 2, 2020 by  
Filed under Education

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Some people want to follow, while others want to lead. If you’re someone who feels much more comfortable being in charge, moving into a leadership position in your career is likely to make you much happier. By choosing the right industry, you can discover a range of leadership opportunities that allow you to […]

National Scholarship Month: Don’t Fear the Free Money.

November 30, 2019 by  
Filed under Education, Money, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

National Scholarship Montive to look for the money. It will not fall in their lap.

The fear of free money comes from the fear of actually doing research.  Our “Google” mindset has us sometimes believing that things should come easy. They will not. Free money never will, but it does not mean it is not accessible.  These programs really do make a difference in the lives of those who receive them. Lead Counselor Nash concurred explaining her experience with students and scholarships: “I have seen students receive a full ride to college for four years, still apply for outside scholarships and have enough to buy a car and laptop!  Scholarships can make a difference in whether a student goes to a four year school or a community college.”  During this National Scholarship week, make an effort to research and find scholarships and grants.  It is out there if you want it.

Importance of Vocational Training.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) There is no doubt about education being the key to a bright future. Education helps one create a career path and provides the training required to sustain it. There is, however, one problem. Students often have a hard time making a career choice. This is one of the reasons why vocational training exists. […]

Our Sons Deserve the Same Protection.

Allowing them to know you will fight for them just the same can be a start to raising boys and girls that respect each other equally and will stand for respectful behavior towards each other. This tells our sons we don’t expect you to take abuse just because it’s another boy so suck it up, or because it’s a girl and she doesn’t have to observe your boundaries. Fairness in how we handle our children may be a very important part of bettering relationships between men and women.

It Starts At Home.

November 19, 2019 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Most women I know would melt when Luther would sing “A Chair Is Not A Chair…” from his song “A House Is Not A Home”.  I mean…it is Luther. Also, Luther had a very valid point. Material, status, and finances do not determine self-care. YOU do. Take time to determine what you want, get it, and adjust it as necessary.  Maslow would thank you. You will thank yourself too.

The Benefits of Tech for Your Kids.

September 3, 2019 by  
Filed under Education, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Nowadays, the majority of people are spending increasing amounts of time online. This isn’t all too surprising. The web gives you easy access to pretty much anything you could possibly need to know. You can find recipes. You can find out facts and figures. You can find out when the next bank holiday […]

Set You Child’s Academic Expectation.

There is a confidence that come with being the best in one’s class that builds the drive from excellence in every task one sets out to achieve. We need our children to experience being the best. They will face enough in this world that will try to make them feel less than; they must excel in every area by which they have control. This drive for greatness begins at home with the expectation of the parents.

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