Family Matters- USFHP Blog

CHOICE, CHANGE, COMPROMISE

Posted by Siri on Mar 15, 2017 10:08:33 AM

Hi FAM, 

 Crazy how so many college students accumulate debt before they even get a chance to start their career. It’s like you’re set up to fail right out of the gate. You can pick a major you love but the salaries for that job don’t even cover half of your financial debt or you could pick a major which will probably guarantee you a job and the salary you need to cover all your finances.

Is it fair?

Knowing that young adults have to take out thousands of dollars in student loans to cover tuition

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Topics: Career

Five Ways To Lose 10 Pounds in 10 Days

Posted by Siri on Mar 1, 2017 10:10:00 AM

Hi FAM,

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Effects Of Sleep Deprivation

Posted by Siri on Feb 23, 2017 2:08:22 PM

Hi FAM, 
Often we take sleep for granted and don’t realize its importance to our daily health. I personally tend to sleep about an average of 4-5 hours a night.  Statistics show that we should sleep for a minimum of 8 hours a night. We need sleep as much as we need to breathe and eat. While you’re sleeping, your body is busy tending to your physical and mental health and getting you ready for another day. US Family Health Plan a TRICARE—Prime option wants to inform you of the health risk you face by not getting a full night’s sleep.

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Find Your Happiness . . . Take A Risk

Posted by Siri on Feb 17, 2017 4:44:23 PM

Hi FAM,

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Topics: FAM

Finding A Balance Between Passion & Work

Posted by Siri on Feb 1, 2017 12:17:32 PM

Hi FAM,
B
eing a recent college graduate I took a couple months off after graduation to figure out what I wanted to do career wise.  This decision was probably the biggest one I would make. I spent the majority of those two months in contemplation on what would be best for Siri. I wanted to be happy but I also needed to make enough money to pay off my college loans and leave me with just enough to splurge a little. Finding my passion and my WHY and incorporating it into my job hunt was the best decision I could make. It helped me find a career path that was fit for me.

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