There’s no doubt about it: the early bird does get the worm, and if you strive to live a more altruistic lifestyle, your morning routine should play an important role.
If you want to live a more altruistic lifestyle, start by reprogramming your brain to think more positively. Try out these six tips to focus your thoughts and train your brain to be more positive.
Whether you’re in the business world or the nonprofit realm, communication is a critical component of moving things forward and accomplishing your goals.
How can we celebrate this day while respecting and supporting different experiences? Today we’re going to talk about how to give Dad the gift of altruism this Father’s Day.
If you’re looking for a way to get in shape and get involved in the community, we’ve got you covered. Here are five reasons to run for a charity this summer.
Like any other muscle, a brain needs to be exercised, stretched and challenged to stay strong. Check out these cool tricks you can practice to exercise your brain and build mental muscle.
Caring for animals is an important part of living an altruistic lifestyle. Today we explore how you can live more altruistically with the animals in your day-to-day life.
If you try to live altruistically, then combating your own loneliness can play a vital role in how you serve others. Here’s how to fight loneliness while still regarding social distancing.
When things are busy, wellness often takes a backseat to our presumed priorities. Check out a few ways to bring your personal health back to the forefront of your life.
Volunteering and serving doesn’t have to be challenging when you use your talents to support others. Identify your talents, ask for support and find an organization where you can use your strengths to give back.
Surveys show some administrators considering online and hybrid classes next semester
Scholarship Application Deadline Extended to April 24.
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If you want to get involved this International Pay It Forward Day, check out these quarantine-friendly ways to pay it forward.
As many as a fifth of students who had been planning to start college in the fall may not attend, according to a new survey. The reason: diminished family finances because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
These books inspire the altruistic lifestyle and show anyone can make an impact on the world. Let’s explore each of them more in depth.
Foundation Board President Ben Litle Discusses with news station how COVID-19 Stimulus and student loans.
As our nation protects the health of its citizens through shelter-in-place orders and physical distancing, ACT and SAT spring test dates have been canceled while many high schools have responded by offering courses on a pass/no credit basis. As a result, college-bound high school juniors face uncertainty on how their college applications will be reviewed.
Dr. Jackson Griggs, CEO of Waco's Family Health Center, in a new video series about COVID-19 in Center Texas.
Meditation is powerful. If you’re still unsure whether or not the practice is worth trying, check out these top benefits of meditation and consider how they can help improve your life.
When bad things happen, how do we act individually, and how can we come together as a society? How can we be kind in times of darkness?
Whether it’s a few hours or a long commitment, volunteering not only supports those around you but positively influences you as well.
Living a full and altruistic life is about more than just doing your best. It’s about sharing your best with others around you and connecting with them through our inherent need to tell stories.
Did you know you can give back by supporting small businesses? Here are some hows, whys and benefits of supporting small businesses for your altruistic lifestyle.
If you want your child to start on the right path, help them get involved in their community and start volunteering today.
If you’re still not sure what you’re doing over spring break, check out these ideas for how you can have fun and give back.
You can give the most lovely Valentine’s Day gift by giving back to your community. Check out 14 altruistic ways to celebrate this special day.
Don’t let winter get you down. Resist seasonal affective disorder with five tips to stay positive during the coldest season.
A minor in college often complements a major and allows students to explore another discipline.
Our words are powerful and should be handled with respect. Because they can impact others, choose yours wisely with these helpful tips.
POLICIES RELATED TO paying for college may be particularly unpredictable in 2020 – a year one expert calls "the quiet before the storm."
New government data shows which college degrees are instantly paying off and which ones leave graduates loaded with debt but skimpy income.
How can we be kind in times of darkness? Today we’re going to talk about just that, and how we can continue to live altruistically when facing heart-wrenching times.
Self-defeating thoughts can come when we least expect them and tear down our self-esteem and break our spirits. Stand up to them and choose joy instead with five ways to overcome self-defeating thoughts.
It’s out with the old and in with the new, and we’re ready to say hello to bright beginnings in 2020.
A mentorship program has more in store than just for the mentee. If you’re not sure whether mentoring is right for you, take a look at these eight ways becoming a mentor can benefit you.
While the gifts in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” may be a little strange by today’s standards, you can still celebrate by giving gifts in your community. Check out this unique spin on 12 ways you can show you care this holiday season.
It is important to understand how to get the most money from the colleges a student is applying to, as aid can be need-based or merit-based.
Making a new, healthy habit that sticks can be pretty difficult. If you want to begin a habit that you can actually stick with, check out these useful tips.
There are scholarships for almost everything—all you have to do is look.
The Texas Council of Economic Education has announced that University High School has the #1 Stock Market team in the Central Texas Stock Market Game.
The completion rate of public two-year college students has reached 40 percent for the first time since the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) Research Center started tracking such data.
College students want more classroom use of laptops, smartphones and other personal devices, according to a new survey
Singing with others has numerous health benefits for your body and mind. Here are a few ways to be healthier and happier with music in your life.
College students face many responsibilities throughout their time in college. These can include navigating parenthood, work-life balance and insecurities of finances, housing and food.
Mixed-breed dogs offer genuine companionship as well as several other benefits that could make them a perfect fit for your family.
With a little out-of-the-box thinking, you can give back in ways that meet the unique needs of your community and are fulfilling to everyone you encounter.
The future path for Texas high school students to a college degree or job training may prove straighter and smoother, with community colleges including McLennan Community College working to mark that path.
College students will soon register for next semester's classes, if they haven't already done so. What should a student keep in mind when devising the perfect schedule? The College Board has some suggestions.