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Many people are caught up in other people's opinions without checking whether those opinions are actually valid.   Maybe it is time to let go of those people.....and give oneself a better life.

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My alter ego, Professor Green Witch, couldn't resist

      Learning from our failures is an important part of life.  Below are a couple of experiments that didn't turn out the way I thought they would.  Sometimes, we just have to try a lot of stuff to see what works.

Hey, that's how Linus Pauling got his Nobel Prize,
 - at least that's what my MITx chemistry professor said.

What not to do unless you can laugh at yourself. 
(Excerpts from the book
Tales Out of School:  Vol 1.)
 
 Thanks for your patience while we keep failing. 
The path to a good education at an affordable price
 isn't always a straight line.

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 A tongue in cheek set of tips to help teens understand how to thrive in today's wacky world..

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Tales Out of School: Vol 1 
A few of the kids' stories

 

An important secret to know:  The entitled are screwed, they just don't know it yet.  It may be a good idea to avoid them so they don't take you down with them.

Please remember that no person or organization can be all things to all people. 
Everyone is different.  It is up to parents and teens to decide who they listen to and what they learn to do.  It is wise to have more than one resource.
 EmpoweringLearners.com  
 
Compiled and authored by Kathy, aka "The Green Witch" of Tutoring
Copyright guidelines:  Please feel free to share whatever is of value for you. In today's world, parents and teens have to know for themselves who has credibility and who doesn't. This site provides no guarantees.  Parents and teens make their own choices.  How people educate themselves is actually up to them.