This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ashworth College. All opinions are 100% mine.
When you’re a young mom, you kinda get sucked into motherhood, BIG time. I know I did. It becomes your life; you’re entire identity becomes wrapped up in being “MOM.” It was fun for, like, six or seven years. But after that, I wanted to be an adult again, lol.
I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE having teenagers. I have four of them. I can’t believe what all the cultural hype is about, raising teens. I am having the TIME of my life! I wish I’d had more kids and had endured the chaotic toddlerhood just so that I could have more teens! Think about it– teens can clean up after themselves! And when you’re not feeling well, they can clean up after you, too! Is that euphoric or what? I can be witty and joke with my kids, and they ACTUALLY understand the jokes, and then they laugh, too! I love having older children. I wish I could freeze these years, so that they won’t grow up beyond this. Selfish, I know. I just love my kids, they are so delightful.
I can also learn with them. We are a homeschooling-based family, so learning has become a lifestyle for us. And now that the kids are older, I can pursue my own education. Getting an Online degree is easier than ever, too. AND it’s more affordable, especially if you choose the accredited Ashworth College. Their tuition is said to be 50% less expensive than the average accredited online school. Moreover, Ashworth has a whole roster of nationally accredited career diplomas: Web Design, Marketing, Early Childhood Education, Interior Decorating, Medical Billing, and more. Ashworth offers Associate Degrees, Bachelor’s Degrees, Master’s Degrees, and Certificate programs for those courses, and more.
Ashworth prides themselves on affordable education, too. They offer an zero-interest financing plan with a low-monthly payment plan. Plus, you can transfer up to 75% of your credits you’ve earned at other schools. It’s a really good opportunity. Education is more affordable than ever, and you can do it at HOME. So you don’t have to wait until they are practically all grown up to be more than just “mom.” 😉