Homeschool, is it the solution?

Written by Will T

Do you have children in school - or are you planning for it soon?

Have you asked yourself if public schools are really doing all they can to improve your child and educate him or her forrepparttar real world?

Do you try to stifle desires to send them to private schools because ofrepparttar 145666 cost orrepparttar 145667 perceived 'elitist' mentality?

Have you ever had a day arrive when your child comes home worn out, agitated and frustrated and thought to yourself "I'd love to keep my child home and teach him myself - if only I hadrepparttar 145668 time."

Now, maybe you can. Here are some ofrepparttar 145669 options.


Yes, private schools are sought byrepparttar 145670 wealthiest and most privileged of society. Although some would likely debaterepparttar 145671 benefits of private schooling over public schooling most parents probably have consideredrepparttar 145672 option and would jump atrepparttar 145673 opportunity to give private schooling to their children if it appeared.

Unfortunately, for most families, private schooling is simply not a reality. At a cost of $7000 and upwards,repparttar 145674 ability to afford such education is beyond their means. Religious affiliated schools are less expensive, but still not an option for many families with a of cost several thousands per year.


Traditional home schooling whererepparttar 145675 parent isrepparttar 145676 supervisor ofrepparttar 145677 child's work is another option. With fantastic resources and helpful teachers to assist, it has been a form of education that can berepparttar 145678 answer to parents who wantrepparttar 145679 one-on-one education that public schools cannot provide.

Guide to Wealth Building

Written by Will T

If you, like most people, have not seriously considered what steps you should take for planning your finances and are now planning on buying a house, getting married or having children, you will do well to read David Chilton's book 'The Wealthy Barber'.

It will not matter if you have never heard of a mutual fund or even balanced your checkbook. If dry financial reading is not up your alley, you will STILL find 'the Wealthy Barber' easy reading. It will have you fluent in financial planning in weeks.

The key to David Chilton's success with his book is that it is written as a story, rather than a manual. You follow three 30ish individuals as they build their financial houses from scratch. They get their information from one ofrepparttar most knowledgeable and financially secure individuals in town -repparttar 145665 barber.

The gem of this story lies inrepparttar 145666 fact thatrepparttar 145667 barber shows how income is notrepparttar 145668 biggest factor in planning for financial prosperity - proper planning is. And you can have your own finances in order by reading and applyingrepparttar 145669 tasks he assigns his 'students' while they visit for their monthly trim.

'The Wealthy Barber' has been favorably commented on by newspapers and financial reviewers because it does not stress budget or a reduced standard of living. It is these steps which often sabotagerepparttar 145670 best intentions of individuals. The soonerrepparttar 145671 methods are applied,repparttar 145672 easier it will be to see their effects while maintaining your lifestyle, but it is always better to start now than not start at all.

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