Grocery Shopping

David Spears

I admit that I do not enjoy grocery shopping. I know it’s a necessary chore to avoid the high cost of continually eating out but I’m honest with myself. I find accomplishing that chore easier by simply entering the store, getting what I need, and exiting as soon as possible to get back to doing what I enjoy. I call it grocery getting as opposed to grocery shopping.

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Three Things They Don’t Teach You in School

And What You Can Do about it
Adulthood can’t come soon enough. Although we think we have many years to prepare, when it comes, we realize how unprepared we are. As you start your first job, you may realize all the things your teachers never taught you but are essential for adulthood. To help, I will share three things they don’t teach you in school (i.e., learning how to communicate and negotiate, understanding financial literacy, and health benefits) and what you can do to be proactive and begin to prepare for your future. Continue reading “Three Things They Don’t Teach You in School”

AEL Today and in the Future

DanielHey everyone! Daniel back with you with a two-part blog talking about a subject that hits close to home for me. This topic is Adult Education and Literacy (AEL). I have witnessed first-hand family and friends who have not completed an AEL program to obtain their high school equivalency. It has affected their lives even to this day, obtaining a livable wage job. Today, we will discuss the numbers from 2011 – 2018. Then I will discuss “AEL Today” with you. Later, please join me where we will discuss “AEL for the Future” for part two of this blog. Continue reading “AEL Today and in the Future”