Author: Melissa T. Shultz
Melissa T. Shultz is a writer, and the acquisitions editor for Jim Donovan Literary, an agency that represents book authors. She's written about health and parenting for The New York Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, Reader's Digest, AARP’s The Girlfriend, AARP’s Disrupt Aging, Next Avenue, NBC’s Today.com and many other publications. Her memoir/self-help book From Mom to Me Again: How I Survived My First Empty-Nest Year and Reinvented the Rest of My Life was published by Sourcebooks in 2016.
COVID-19 continues to disrupt life as usual for colleges and the students they seek to attract and retain. According to recent data from the National ... Read More
Colleges have choices about how to spend their money, and you have choices about how to spend yours. In order to gain control of the ... Read More
This is the First Post in our New Series: Ask the Experts Welcome to our new series where we’ll periodically reach out to mental health ... Read More
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Introspection at this point in life -- when the kids are leaving for college, and we’re transitioning to an empty nest -- is right on ... Read More
Most colleges have now either gone test-optional or test-blind for this school year. Students and parents are wondering what that means, exactly--for those who have ... Read More