If you’re not clear on what you’re doing, it’s hard to be motivated. This is why seemingly easy tasks, could end up taking months. There’s a lack of clarity on how to do it, so you don’t — until either you have to or it’s too late.
If you keep your hands on the wheel, you would evaluate yourself in the end, thankful that you did not quit. … More Beyond Goal Setting, Take a Step
The exposure of teenagers to the use of computers and other technology should follow some parameter knowledge. This is why many modern technological systems have permitted restrictions based on age, locations, the integrity of users, among other features. … More The Positive and Negative Effects of Tech On Teenagers
There’s a big-boy/big-girl wave that comes with your admission to high school. As a growing teenager, you begin to understand and yield to the concept of money- the positives and the negatives. Do not see this as just another post on managing and saving money. It is much more, with practical examples, specifically because they have all worked out for me and a few others I know … More Ways High Schoolers Can Start Managing their Money
We are like salt on earth, like spices, created by God in varieties to add substance, flavour and proper taste to earth. There’s something in us that needs to be developed, and until we allow it, it will not. Be purposeful, Be seasoning, Be salt. … More We are Spices- A Teen’s Kitchen Experience
The effect of fear is complete powerlessness. However, if you work on overcoming your fears, it boosts your strength and courage, being the opposite of fear. Tag and label your fear to reduce its ambiguity. If your fear is vague, it could seem confusing to you. … More How to Stop Living in Fear
The classrooms have helped in teaching concepts about money. Our parents have aided too, helping us to be frugal in spending. However, 21st-century dimensions seem to put a smile on our faces, with an app for virtually anything. Such is the same for financial management. … More Personal Finance Apps For Teens