I have a few May 2020 updates from Florida Prepaid, plus some educational resources from Scholastic for grades Prek-2. I hope you’ll find them helpful during these last few days of school (and beyond).
Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment is now, and here’s how they’re helping families during these challenging times. Open Enrollment ends 4/30/20.
Traveling after a spinal fusion can be challenging, but it can be done! I’m sharing some of my favorite post-op travel experiences, including some of the obstacles and when it started to get easier.
Last month Florida governor Ron DeSantis announced that the Florida Prepaid College Board has lowered plan prices by a total of $1.3 billion. In addition to creating lower priced plans for new customers during the current Open Enrollment period, this price reduction impacted 224,000 current plan holders – including me!
The spinal fusion community weighs on on how long it took to feel “normal” after surgery. This is an update to a previous FAQ: “What is the Average Spinal Fusion Recovery Time?”
Refresh + recharge your healthy living goals this fall! This product round up includes items from AfterShokz, GenoPalate, Heritage Store, Manitoba Harvest, and SHEFIT.
Spinal Fusion FAQ: my experience with pain medication after my spinal fusion, including tips for post-op pain management.
Spinal Fusion FAQ: I’m often asked about post-op exhaustion. Is it normal to feel this tired? When will my energy return?
If you missed Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment, you don’t have to wait a whole year to enroll. You can enroll in a 529 Savings Plan today. Plus learn how to earn a $50 contribution to get started!