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Money management tips for graduates

Graduates: as you transition to the next phase in your lives, money management will become a bigger responsibility. You’ll likely make more money but will also have bills – and probably debt – that you previously never had to deal with. By establishing healthy financial practices early on, you can set yourselves up for a lifetime…

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Charles Sykes, author of Dumbing Down Our Kids, shared a list of things high school and college graduates did not learn in school. As many high school students near graduation, let’s take a look at those. Here are the first 5 “rules,” as Skyes called them.  Rule 1: Life if not fair – get used to it!  Rule 2: The world doesn’t care…

What every graduate should know

Charles Sykes, author of Dumbing Down Our Kids, shared a list of things high school and college graduates did not learn in school. As many high school students near graduation, let’s take a look at those. Here are the first 5 “rules,” as Skyes called them.  Rule 1: Life if not fair – get used to it!  Rule 2: The world doesn’t care…

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“Do you think you could walk ten miles?” That was the question that I asked as he was about to graduate from high school and begin college. Over the years I’ve witnessed countless milestone moments in his life. I remember him taking his first steps. His first lost tooth. First communion. Learning to ride a bike. Confirmation. Getting…

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Kim & Adam: morning show clips April 23

“Do you think you could walk ten miles?” That was the question that I asked as he was about to graduate from high school and begin college. Over the years I’ve witnessed countless milestone moments in his life. I remember him taking his first steps. His first lost tooth. First communion. Learning to ride a bike. Confirmation. Getting…

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Interview: Dr. Melissa Mork on isolation and resilience

“Do you think you could walk ten miles?” That was the question that I asked as he was about to graduate from high school and begin college. Over the years I’ve witnessed countless milestone moments in his life. I remember him taking his first steps. His first lost tooth. First communion. Learning to ride a bike. Confirmation. Getting…

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