A few years after my husband and I got married, we both got tired of our careers. He had a few college credits, while I had never even started. We both wanted to go to college to pursue new careers, but we were worried it would be too hard for both of us to go at the same time. After making a plan, we decided that we both could start at the same time as long as we stuck to a tight budget. Since he had credits, he would go part time and I started going full time. It was tough transitioning from a two-income household to just one for a few years, but it was worth it in the end now that we both have careers we love! I know others face tough education decision, so I decided to start a blog to share my experience and tips!
Active people with practical knowledge about diet, exercise, and fitness often look towards a personal training career. The conventional way to enter into the profession involves acquiring a personal training certificate. Anyone hoping to expand career options further may wish to consider completing an associate degree program in physical education. A formal community college education adds another dimension to a would-be trainer's resume. Alternatively, getting an associate degree at a business school would help you set up your own personal training business. [Read More]