Suggestions on affordable care options for parents enrolled in or going to graduate school
Should I talk about my kids? A question that many moms may ask when completing their CASPA applications /personal statements. Worried that motherhood will somehow make them a less desirable candidate. Before moving any further, let me make one thing perfectly clear - being a mother is not a disadvantage, it’s an asset. Raising a … Continue reading Should I talk about my kids?
Financially preparing for PA School to reduce the amount of student loans borrowed
5 practical tips for surviving pa school with kids
21 day mindset challenge for Pre-PA students
What we wish we knew before starting PA School -A collection of responses from PA Student parents on how they would have prepared for graduate school differently knowing what they know now.
Every journey has a starting point. The destination may be the same for everyone but it’s the starting point that defines our own journey. For some, that starting point begins very early and for others it comes much later. It doesn’t matter where you start, it just matters that you start somewhere. Applying to PA … Continue reading Making It: An Unofficial List of Tips for PA School Applicants
A day in the life of China Smith, a recent PA School graduate and married mother of one who documents her journey on Instagram 6:00am – Wake up, make breakfast and coffee then get ready for the day while my son eats. Get him cleaned up and ready for his day at day care. 7:00am … Continue reading A Day in the Life – China Smith
You’ve answered the questions in the 5w’s and a How article. Now you’re ready to get your hands dirty. Time to fine tune and execute! Create a detailed budget. The journey is not cheap. You must have a clear picture of the costs involved, especially if you’re a single parent. Once you have created a … Continue reading Plan & Execute
How a mom in PA School paid off $30,000 of debt in less than a month. Budgeting and finance tips for the prePA mom.