It’s that time of year again, when proms are happening and grad parties are being planned. A whole new group of young adults is about to leave the classes that they’ve become accustomed to over the last four years and either enter the workforce or move on to higher educational institutions. If I could pass on a bit of advice to those graduating seniors, what would it be?
I read a blog post today from a guy named Steve Calechman that claims that the best advice can be summed up in just three words. It's true. Think about the advice that you've gotten in the past and most of it can be simplified into just three words.
It never fails. Every day I tell myself I'm going to be in the car and on the road by such and such a time. And every day when I finally get in my car I find myself shaking my head, looking at the clock that says its 10 minutes later than I had planned. The good news is, somebody has figured out the keys to being on time. I've got them for you here...
Some of you may be heading to college this week. Perhaps you've never been away from home for an extended period of time and the new "freedom" may be something you can't wait for. We offered a few tips to make your transition smooth and hopefully help keep you in school longer than the first semester.
I have been getting a few calls, emails and texts asking me about JoAnn from Bensonhurst: Is she still around? What's she up to?
Yes, she is still doing her segments for Cafe Mom Studios. Here's a video from a few months back where JoAnn talks about dealing with annoying relatives...
My sister-in-law sent me a link to one of the best parenting advice lists I have ever read. I wanted to pass it on to you, too. If you're a dad like me with a daughter, then you really should read this. If you're a mom, you're going to want to read it, too.