GED testing centers in Connecticut

Mar 14, 2016 by

One of the questions I get via email is: “Is it possible to finish high school online in Connecticut? ” The short answer is not so easy. There are online High School Programs, but they are pretty costly, so yes, it is totally possible, but it is not the easiest or best way. Another way to get a secondary education degree is going for the GED certificate.

The GED equals a high school diploma. Testing is not possible online though. So check out this list of all GED testing centers in Connecticut by city. I hope you will find it it useful. if you need information about GED Classes in Connecticut. If you are looking for information about GED prep classes and testing centers in cities outside Connecticut, check this website.

Here are Connecticut GED testing sites:

– Bridgeport Adult …

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Lack of High School Diploma and you salary

Jan 28, 2016 by

Today there is no doubt that obtaining a High School diploma is not only helpful, but required for most employment possibilities. If you drop put of high school, your salary will be almost 50% lower than a graduate student’s income on average!  If you drop out of school and don’t take any actions, your chances for a quality life are considerably lower, says this research.  Remember that you can always get your GED certificate that has the same value as a High School diploma. Completing the GED exam not only will increase your income potential, it is your access ticket to institutions of higher education as well.

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What’s The Best Workout Music

Nov 18, 2015 by

c273035d5ca44822eb7a000db0f2918aI talk a lot about motivation here on my blog, with my clients, or in other articles I write. No matter if you want to lose weight, build muscle mass, or just try to live a healthier life, fitness and workouts are a big part of the deal. But what do you do when you just can’t motivate yourself?

There are lots of little tips and tricks that will help you get your butt from the sofa and in the gym.

You can ask a friend to be your workout buddy, you can join a running group or take some fitness classes, you can put out an old pair of jeans you want to fit in again to remind you of your goals, and so on. You tried it all but nothing worked? Okay, here is another trick that will …

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Blog Action Day – Let’s Talk About Food

Oct 27, 2015 by

Hi all!

Today is Blog Action Day. Every year bloggers around the world focus on one specific topic on blog action day to raise awareness for this topic. This year’s topic is FOOD.

Since this is a health and fitness blog it’s actually not the first time I write about food. 🙂 Instead of giving you a new recipe though I thought I will focus on something different.

Take a look in your refrigerator and tell me what you see. Be honest. Do you see any foods that are already expired? I bet you do. How much food do you throw away each week because you didn’t eat it, you forgot about it, or you prepared too much and didn’t find anybody to eat the left overs?
According to the Agriculture Department Americans toss more than 25 percent of domestically …

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Being a hustler

Sep 28, 2015 by

Choose for educationBeing a hustler. But does that mean exactly? To me, it’s about giving 110%. It’s taking action and going after what you want. It’s turning problems into opportunities. It’s doing the work and manufacturing your own luck. It’s all about action orientation.

Whether it’s landing a big client, writing your first novel, getting that promotion, landing a sponsorship, hitting website traffic goals, or running a marathon; we have some big hairy audacious goals.

Once you reach the pinnacle moment that calls for a big celebration, what’s next? Will you still be celebrating 2 months later?

John C. Maxwell, a leadership expert, speaker, and author, has a sign in his office that says “Yesterday ended last night.”

It’s so simple but carries an important message.…

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Is Whey Protein Bad?

Sep 23, 2015 by

Many people who try to lose weight or want to gain muscle mass supplement with whey protein. And even though it is a well known and recognized product by now there is still the question in most people’s head: Is whey protein bad?
Before we can address this question and go into further detail I want to explain what whey protein is. This kind of protein is made of cow milk and usually emerges as a side product in the course of cheese production. Compared with casein, which is also present in cow milk, it is from higher quality and more soluble, so it gets digested faster.
We usually distinguish between whey protein isolate and whey protein concentrate. While the whey protein concentrates contain anywhere between 30 and 90 percent of protein, depending on composition and brand, the isolated version …

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Why is cottage cheese good for you?

Aug 21, 2015 by

I am a big fan of cottage cheese!! Why? First of all, you don’t have to prepare anything. If you get hungry you just open the lid and start eating! I also love it because it is high in casein protein and therefore keeps you full but doesn’t have a lot of fat.

But why is cottage cheese good for you and what is it? I don’t want to bore you with all the details about the production of this protein-bomb. So let’s keep it simple and let’s just say it’s a cheese curd product and you usually find it between the yogurt and the chocolate milk in the supermarket. 🙂

Like most of the other products in our modern world it comes as either no-fat, low-fat or regular-fat variation. The important thing to know here is that most of

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Learn new skills and get a better job

Jun 26, 2015 by

In order to get a better job you need to develop new skills, and sometimes that means you need to go back to school and follow some educational programs that will help you get a new certificate of diploma. There are many programs and schools that can help you get new qualifications or certifications. We are here to give you tips and resources and yes, inspiration too. We hope you will become as successful as you have ever dreamed.

If you don’t have a HS (High School) Diploma, you need to get yourself into one of the GED programs. A GED certificate has the same value as an HS diploma and successfully completing the GED exam will allow you get into college, or maybe get a better job. Many websites provide  a comprehensive overview of  GED lessons around the country …

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Tips For Finding Your TRUE Dream Job

May 13, 2015 by

positiveThere is a bit of misinformation that has permeated the minds of many working individuals when it comes to the idea of a “dream job”. It’s actually not as difficult find as you may believe. It may just be a matter of adjusting your thinking when it comes to finding that one job you could happily do forever and of course right education, says Chris Johnson from MyCareerTools.com.

Here is some practical advice for finding your TRUE dream job and being a happier member of the workforce:

Mentally Throw Out Everything You’ve Been Told About What A Dream Job Is

Conventional wisdom states that a dream job is usually something you’ve never done before but absolutely know that if given the chance, it would make you happy. The dream job is perceived as easy and coming naturally.

Most of all, …

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How to prepare for the GMAT exam effectively

Mar 7, 2015 by

decideWhether you’re in college, preparing for the GMAT testing or you graduated 20 years ago, there are quite a few study tips that you can apply to everyday life. After all, it’s still just time management and a lot of the basic rules apply. Unfortunately, once people finish school, many of them put those stellar time management skills on the back burner. It’s true that if you don’t use it, you lose it, and that can make your life more hectic than it needs to be.

There’s no magic date that you’re a grown-up, and time management skills aren’t innate for most people. Just like getting ready for that big test, succeeding at life requires you to make an effort. Happy hours, movies and responsibilities (like kids) might be calling. Here’s how you can tap back into your Dean’s list …

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Why I Don’t Blog More Often…

Jan 23, 2015 by

Well, with the meme of 5 reasons why you blog going round, I thought I’d take a different approach for my answer. 5 reasons why I don’t blog more.

1) Because I have far too much to say. I read so much news every day, so many feeds… There’s too much to say. And if you can’t do something right, do something else.

2) Because I’m in other places. Want to find what I think? Check out YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. I’m there. You’ll find me.

3) Because I don’t need to.  I’m not about the latest news or information. This is a place for me to post my thoughts on life, the universe and everything. It’s not meant to be hugely read (although it’s readership is reasonable… wierdly…). It’s just my take on life.

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