The holiday season is in full swing, and there’s nothing you can do about it. So, before you get gobbled up by the hunt for the perfect turkey, wade through last year’s decorations, and finish that handmade blanket turned potholder, allow me to take something off your plate. If you need a gift for the […]
About Nicole RobinsonNicole Robinson is a Dallas-based freelance writer who specializes in college planning, parenting, women’s lifestyle, education, and self-help. But she's always hungry to munch on new topics. In addition to writing for The BookWormMama blog, Nicole provides content, copywriting and proofreading services for various publications.
I read a lot of blogs, many of which are written by sassy, no-nonsense moms. Naturally, I thought I had The Mother of All Meltdowns all figured out. It turns out, I had it all wrong. This is not a sponsored post, though it does contain affiliate links to a book that will make you […]
The number of college applications has soared over the last decade, according to the latest “State of College Admissions” Report by the National Association for College Admission Counseling. While admissions pros debate what those numbers really mean, college hopefuls are better served by using their brain power to create standout college applications. I recently reviewed How to […]
If you’re a bookworm like me, you know the only thing better than a good book is a good book that doesn’t cost you a penny. You’re in the right place. I recently reviewed The Parent Backpack for Kindergarten through Grade 5 by ML Nichols. I learned a lot about how to prepare my children for […]
You’re busy. And unless you’ve got an extra $1,000 a month to put away, you’re not sure how you’ll put the kids through college.
Well my friend, we’re in the same boat.
I’m Nicole Robinson, aka The BookWormMama. I spend my days as a business professional, freelance writer and blogger. I spend my nights as an imperfect, but striving wife and mother.
I’m also a planner. I researched college scholarships when my daughter was just a few months old. I found that most of the college prep information—and money—was geared towards…Keep reading...