Getting Children Ready for A Bright Future with Boarding School

When you send children to boarding schools, they can obtain benefits that he or she wouldn’t obtain through public school. These benefits can help children reach their academic goals and succeed after they graduate.

A boarding school is a place of learning, living, and relaxing. Boarding schools have everything students need to be successful such as libraries, sports fields, science laboratories, swimming pools, theaters, which also have the best equipment for each place. Students get many benefits from attending a boarding school. Listing them all would make a fairly long list, but here are the benefits that are the most important.

Boarding schools are private, which means, students will benefit from his or her school being able to hire the best and most qualified teachers and other staff members. The best teachers can give children the most advanced education for the best academic success. Boarding schools also hire the best staff and equipment. They make sure that students are well taken care of and always have their best education in mind.

While attending boarding school, students get encouraged to live on their own and gain their responsibility for their belongings and duties. They are taught to organize their time well and make their own decisions. Everything they learn by living on their own teaches them the skills required to living a well-ordered life. Boarding schools are great for busy parents who want to make sure their child is able to study and live safely.

Boarding schools take fewer students than public schools. That means, teachers are able to take more time teaching children and will be able to sit one-on-one with all children.

Boarding school students are better prepared for college. Past students reported that they were prepared to take on college academics because the education they got from boarding school, and also said that the daily life at boarding schools is what help them prepare for life during and after college.

Students learn a lot from boarding school and the things they learn will not only help with their education, but they build character. They are taught independence, stability, social skills, and still get a better educational experience than public school. Past students say that the skills they learned from boarding school are what help them succeed in life out of school. The academic curriculum found at boarding schools like St. George’s School or The Putney School is unmatched.


Why Recycling Polystyrene Foam is the Right Move

Around the country, various cities have been making the decision to ban polystyrene foam entirely, which has forced all of the businesses in the city that have use polystyrene products to move to more expensive materials. While some states have discussed the bans, like a state-wide Idaho foam ban for example, the bans have been largely ineffective.  Even though it may seem like local businesses take the biggest hit, the reality is that they will be forced to increase costs, meaning there is a trickle-down effect that everyone is going to have to pay for.

If you do not know what polystyrene is, it is a foam material that is about 95 percent air, which gets blown up into various shapes and is utilized for all sorts of different things. When you get food to go that is put in a foam container, which is made out of polystyrene. The same thing goes for when you grab a cup of coffee, as the material is used in all sorts of different things.

The biggest reason that this type of material is being banned is the fact that there have not been good means of recycling the used material in the past. This has led to major landfills that are literally stacked with huge amounts of polystyrene products and when you consider the fact that polystyrene takes over five hundred years to break down, this can seem like a big problem. However, there are ways to recycle polystyrene and various cities and states around the country are making the move to develop large plans for polystyrene recycling centers.

Banning the material does not make sense on a large scale. First and foremost, it is a local based decision that determines whether an area is going to ban polystyrene or not, so you are going to have certain areas that are still using the material, not to mention the huge amounts that are already in landfills, meaning the problem is not eradicated anyway.

There have been proven methods to recycle the material, which would create a means of stopping an endless pile up of the material and all of the businesses that use polystyrene would get the benefit. Polystyrene is incredibly inexpensive and can be used for all sorts of different things, so rather than banning the material altogether, we should instead focus our efforts on developing large scale projects to recycle polystyrene, and also let the public know that they can and should save and recycle the material when they use it. Many states, such as Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada and Montana have started working on the development of such recycling centers and progress continues to unfold.


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10 Ways to Promote Your Music

1. Find your Niche

The first step to getting your music to the masses is knowing which masses you’re aiming at. Figure out how you want to brand yourself and your music and stick with it. Get to know people working in your genre and the fans.

2. Start Small

Just like any venture, music promotion won’t happen overnight and planting the seed is one of the earliest steps you should take. Don’t overbook yourself and don’t release too much at once. It’s easy to spread yourself thin quickly. Make sure that everything you’re releasing to the public is 100% manageable. Continue reading


Mixed-tapes; The Sonnet of Today

Going-steady in high-school has always meant a couple of things. Firstly, your parents were going to have a few awkward conversations with you. Secondly, you weren’t going to listen. Most importantly, somewhere in the relationship, a mixed-tape (or CD in later years) was going to find its way into your locker.

The cool thing about a mixed-tape is that no two are alike. Peter Gabriel is going to be on at least one that you receive in your life-time, but each mix is going to be unique, if not always exactly what you were hoping for. Continue reading


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5 Different Software Programs that Help Mix Music

Mixing audio is no longer a task that needs to be done in an expensive studio. Musician’s everyday are learning that they are able to complete this task with a computer and the right software. There is currently a wide variety of software that will allow you to complete your mixes but only five are highly recommended.

If you are new to mixing and don’t want to spend a lot of money then Audacity is for you. This software is able to be used on Windows, Mac, and UNIX systems. Audacities allows you to record audio, upload audio, alter the audio levels, and change the pitch or tempo of the mix, and even record over existing tracks. Audacity has been ranked in the top 5 because it is easy to use which means that a person with little to no mixing or audio recording skills will be able to start using to program without having to learning a lot of technical information. In addition to being easy to use, this software is free to download. Continue reading