You’re chasing your dream of getting a college education, but you’re also working a full-time job. You know it won’t be easy, but you’re willing to put in the time and energy to make your career and education work.
You made the decision to get the degree, and now juggling all your responsibilities has you toeing the line between treading water and drowning. Even with less time, self-care and balance are more important than ever. Here are fifteen ways you can better balance work, school, and life.
If you’re looking to become a school administrator, getting the best education you can is paramount to serving your school well. So how do you decide which school is the right fit for you? Here are a few tips:
An empty room used to mean room for a child, but now it signifies a new stage in life. The empty next. Suddenly, your days that used to be filled with carpools and sack lunches are left vacant, with the time that could be used for anything. As Ginny Brzezinski put it, empty nesters need to “find me again.”
Your kid just dropped her peanut butter waffle on the rug, the other is missing a left shoe, you have two homework assignments due, and you just want a nap! Or a bubble bath! Or both. (Just not at the same time.)