Turn the Volume Up: Using Music to Optimize Learning

In an increasingly competitive world where everyone is expected to perform at the peak of their abilities, it is important to find ways to achieve goals without succumbing to stress. This is especially true for children. Children are less able to manage stress effectively simply because of their lack of experience and maturity. Still, today’s

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International College Education: Is It Right for Your Teen?

If your high-schooler seems to be hinting about going to college abroad, chances are they’re actually serious about it. As a parent who’s never been away from your child, this can be shocking, and your initial response will likely be a “no.” However, a decent number of parents are actually willing to send off their

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Postpone the Job Hunt: What Else You Can Do After Uni

Congratulations! You’ve finally written enough term papers, memorised a whole lot of facts and figures and reasoned with your professors why you deserve to get extra credit. Life after uni can feel like a breath of fresh air. That is until uncertainty and doubt slowly creep up and spoil celebrations. Now what? It seems reasonable

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Maintain Your Vocal Health with These 6 Tips

As a musician, you’re told to care for your instruments thoroughly. With proper care and maintenance, your instruments produce better sound and improve your performance. The same advice goes when you’re a singer and your instrument is your voice. The last thing you want to happen is for your voice goes hoarse or raspy, leading

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Legal How-to: Contesting a Traffic Ticket in Court

Getting a traffic ticket is not the end of the world, but taking care of a violation can be an inconvenience. If you’re found guilty of speeding or running a red light, you’ll face financial consequences. But you might feel like you shouldn’t have been given a ticket. Or you might think that the penalty

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