It’s true, just as the old saying goes: money will not buy you happiness. For some this may be puzzling, because I’m sure it seems like having a really nice house, a sports car, and funds to go wherever one wishes, would create more happiness than having to worry about making ends meet every month.
By Jada Jackson|2015-02-18T21:49:11+00:00March 19th, 2013|
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg | Women in Leadership & Workplace | 3 Tips for Women Empowerment
Harvard graduate and Facebook CEO, Sheryl Sandberg is making headlines with her unconventional approach to women and business. The businesswoman and mother of two speaks out to empower women to rally together and take responsibility for becoming a stronger presence in
By Jada Jackson|2015-02-25T19:58:13+00:00January 8th, 2013|
2013 New Year’s Resolutions | 7 Tips to Keep your New Year’s Resolutions | Forbes
Did you make a New Year’s Resolution for 2013? If you did, there is a strong possibility that you will not see it through to the end. According to researcher John Norcross and his colleagues, who published their findings in the Journal
By Matthew Martin|2015-02-18T22:10:23+00:00January 8th, 2013|
A high school student is constantly asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Maybe you’re the one who always knew what you wanted to be, or maybe you’re the type that said you’d figure it out once you went to college. But four years later, you’ve graduated college and earned a
4 Fathering Tips for the School Year | Connecting with your Son | Orlando Family Counselor | Matthew Martin, M.S.
By Matthew Martin|2015-02-25T20:10:05+00:00October 22nd, 2012|
Just like every school year, a new set of challenges is presented before him. With these challenges comes both stress and excitement. Do you remember your first day of class? Maybe you were like me and unable to sleep. The first day is usually fun, with everyone running on adrenaline from seeing good friends after
Orlando College Counselor | When should you cut off your children? | New Study: College Grads On Their Own
By Jada Jackson|2015-02-25T20:28:03+00:00September 4th, 2012|
When should you cut off your children?
With rising gas prices and unemployment at an all time high, many parents are making the decision to financially “cut off” their children.
A recent study by MetLife surveyed three generations to determine the appropriate time to allow adult children to fly on their own. The new study identifies the