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I'm a fan of hands-on, project-based learning and those in education like Alfie Kohn, John Dewey and Jean Piaget. I'm wondering if there's a way to study for the CPA exam using such techniques as I absorb information so much better by experiencing it than learning it in textbook study sessions.
I noticed in my score report today that in every area that I was stronger in were those in which I had previous work experience (and tangible understanding). I know exactly where to focus…Continue
I have high expectations - of myself and others. I also have high standards and believe that the basics of life are vital to enjoying a full life - good sleep, whole food (no processed convenient junk), an active lifestyle and time to play and forge meaningful relationships.
With the CPA exam on my list of goals, it has been a journey to learn to look at it as a "hobby", keeping in mind that it's what I want to spend my time on as well as something that will feel…Continue
Recently, I reflected on how I could best pass the CPA exam. I use an app called RunDouble and what I like about it is that I don't have to "think" about what to do - the training plan is built in and I can play the music on my phone simultaneously while I run around beautiful places in my neighborhood.
So, why not make a RunDouble feature for the CPA exam, I thought?…Continue
There have been three waves of feminism, and still - there's a SuperMom image out there as well as amazing resources and talents inside of so many women that choose instead to take on the respectful and societal-needed place of parenting and mothering our young. If you're in that boat and have the goal to pass the CPA exam, you know it is a curvy path to success, not the quick, straight road that you were accustomed to before life became richer with loved ones nearby.
Choosing to be…Continue