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We all have financial goals, whether we’re hoping to build up our savings, save for a big purchase, or just improve our financial skills. No matter the reason you’re looking to improve your finances, it can still seem like a challenge to make it happen – especially if you don’t have experience with budgeting or don’t know different ways to save within your means. It may even seem, sometimes, like an impossible goal when you’re living paycheck to paycheck – but it doesn’t have to be. Try these tips to take the first steps toward setting and reaching your financial goals!
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When enrolling in an online school like Penn Foster, many students are worried about missing out on a “traditional” school experience. Though there’s no campus or in-person classes, Penn Foster provides students with an online Student Community, so you never have to be alone. Here you’ll find a virtual platform where you can socialize and connect with your peers no matter where you’re located.
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Whether you’re looking to finish high school or college, odds are you know that no two learners are exactly alike, including you. Penn Foster offers courses that are completely self-paced and online so you can learn when and where it works best for you. If you’re ready to transfer from a traditional public school to an online school, you might be wondering how difficult it is and what exactly you have to do to make the switch. Penn Foster can get you started with some helpful tips.
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Whether you’re in a traditional, brick-and-mortar school or enrolled in online school, studying is the key to success. It’s not always easy and knowing where to start can sometimes be confusing, especially if you’re taking an online class for the first time. Penn Foster has some study strategies to help you make the most of online courses.
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With summer over, the cooler, darker weather is upon us. For many people, this change in seasons means a dampening of their moods. Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is a type of depression that impacts nearly 3 million Americans each year. It can leave you feeling tired, moody, and lethargic. Though we can’t change the seasons, we can change certain behaviors to make the winter months more bearable.

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