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  • building the perfect resume

    Building the Perfect Resume

    By admin
    In August 4, 2020
    The hunt for a new job can be exciting and sometimes overwhelming. If you’re on the hunt for your dream job, the manner in which you present yourself during the interview process is pivotal to your future career success. To get that dream job however, you need to get...
  • homeschool supplies

    Homeschooling Supplies – A Supply List for Remote-Learning

    By admin
    In July 29, 2020
    With the U.S. still trying to figure out the best next steps for its citizens, back to school is fast approaching. For many students, school starts in August, while for others it  may start as early as July or as late as September. As a result of the global...
  • summer vacation during covid-19

    Summer Vacation During COVID-19

    By admin
    In July 14, 2020
    With the much of the country still on self-isolation and quarantine, we’re all trying to find safe and responsible ways to get out and experience life. For some, rescheduling major events like weddings and parties have been a necessity. But what about those of us who’ve had to reschedule...
  • vital records for kids after divorce

    Obtaining Vital Records for Kids After Divorce or Separation

    By admin
    In July 8, 2020
    Regardless of how a couple chooses to separate, sometimes amicable divorce or separation simply isn’t an option. While it’s never easy when two people choose to part ways, it can sometimes be even more difficult when there are children involved. No matter the reason for the split, when there...
  • what is a marriage annulment

    What is a Marriage Annulment?

    By admin
    In June 30, 2020
    In some circumstances, marriage is the wrong choice for some couples. Sometimes the decision to wed is an impromptu one, or perhaps details about a person’s past surfaces after vows are shared. When two people choose to wed, they most likely aren’t planning for an immediate separation. If you’ve...
  • name is misspelled on social security

    My Name is Misspelled on Social Security

    By admin
    In June 21, 2020
    It’s a more common occurrence than you might think. Sometimes when a baby is born, a clerical mistake happens and the incorrect information is recorded on the documents submitted to the vital records agency. While these mistakes aren’t the norm, it isn’t unlikely that these mistakes aren’t noticed until...