By Beth Dumbauld
All moms are rock stars even when they’re sporting mom jeans and sensible shoes. Doesn’t matter what you wear when you take classes online. Ignore the paparazzi banging on your minivan door and read about other famous moms who went back to school in this StraighterLine Report: Famous Moms who Went Back to School
Just had a baby and your brain has turned to mush? Turn your mind back into a solid by taking online college courses. You can learn how in this StraighterLine Report: Going to College After a Baby: One Nap at a Time
Work it, earn it, own it. With online learning, you have the ability to earn your degree even as an over-scheduled working mom. During your next coffee break, why not consume these low calorie tips for working moms who want to go back to school: StraighterLine Reports on Working Moms and Online Learning
The price of gas giving you a case of the carpool blues? Did you know studies have shown that women are far happier when they invest in an experience, like education, rather than a material good? Power up your mojo without burning any fossil fuels by taking online college courses – and reading this StraighterLine Report: Women and the Power of a Higher Education
For women who already rock, we salute you! As a military veteran and mom, you have proven yourself committed, capable, motivated, loyal, and strong. Guess what? These are the same characteristics it takes to be successful in college. Check out how to earn your degree post-military by reading this StraighterLine Report: Female Veterans Already Have What it Takes
Let’s face it, as a mom, you want the best for yourself and your children. Educational achievement is contagious. Inoculate your kids against the evil forces of woulda, coulda, and shoulda by going back to college yourself. Show them, and your inner child, how it can be done. As a mom, you are your family’s ultimate super hero. Armed with the anytime, anywhere power of online learning, you can slay the status quo – and live your educational dreams.
Happy Mother’s Day. Rock on.
Beth Dumbauld is a writer who is passionate about helping others save money and time. She received her MBA from the University of Colorado and currently lives near Cincinnati, Ohio.