Public school learning has gotten worse over the years. This trend may lead you to wonder if you could or should homeschool your child. With a curriculum that you can control, homeschooling can be a huge benefit to you and your child. There’s no research saying that homeschooled kids are worse off, and it might even benefit your child in the long run. As long as you make sure you are meeting their social, emotional, and educational needs, homeschooling your child can be a great choice for both of you.
Of the women who use contraception, 20 percent of them choose sterilization over any other birth control option. A study published by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) in 2017 estimates that sterilization is the second most popular form of contraception. With all that being said, it is not uncommon for women to get denied this option. It’s not unheard for doctors to tell women that they will regret their decision of permanent sterilization, and refuse the procedure. Imagine yourself in this scenario. How are you supposed to react when a doctor refuses to sterilize you?
Why are men afraid of feminism? It's a loaded question. Not all men feel this way. Not all men disrespect, oppress, or control women. Not all men hold women in disdain. Some men, however, cannot even hear the word “feminism” without frothing at the mouth. Why are they like that?
Emotions surrounding the 2016 Presidential election are still high. The juxtaposition of extreme views brought previously festering issues to the foreground, and many people's perspectives on the country they live in were changed in its wake. As a result, it's more important than ever for citizens everywhere to make their voices heard, and push the change we want to see in our country. The midterm elections certainly do not get the same spotlight and popular attention that Presidential elections do, but they are no less important. In fact, they play a truly crucial role in our ability to exact change in trying times. To that end, here are a number of ways to support Democrats in 2018, because it's not just the White House that makes the big decisions: With our system of checks and balances, Republicans in Congress are just as important as a Republican incumbent in the White House, if not more so.
Trying to save money while living paycheck to paycheck can feel futile because it seems like you're leaner and leaner every month—and honestly, that's somewhat true. Give it a month or two, however, and your finances even out gradually but steadily. You have to cut corners. More than that, you have to deny yourself items and opportunities that you desperately want, but you can't indulge. That's often the most challenging aspect of learning how to stop living paycheck to paycheck. Nobody wants to give up their wants, but the sacrifice is worth it once you're no longer down to the bare bones at the end of each pay cycle.
If you thought a will was going to allow you to have full control over where your wealth and properties were properly going to be distributed, you'd be wrong. It won't satisfy your needs if you want distributions spread over an extended period. However, a trust fund can actually give you full control over all of what you own and even have the power to distribute your wealth to anyone after your death. And so many people lean towards a trust fund rather than a will, even if they weren't so wealthy. It's the best type of fund to consider when you own a lot and want to pass it down to family or friends.