10 Ways to Make the Transition to College Easier for Your Oldest Child

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We recently took our oldest child to college orientation, giving him the chance to stay on campus for a night and get a feel for the college experience. Doing so reminded me a lot of how I felt the first time I dropped him off at school for the first time. I wanted him to succeed and be…

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Former COO. Writes about personal growth and development, finances, and the path to meaningful writing.

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