Hudson Valley Parent

HVP February 2019

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Page 10 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 11 Further your education with an online class Making sure your child gets the best education is one of your biggest priorities. But why isn't your education as important? This year, find something that is just for you, and expand your horizons by enrolling in a class that you are interested in. Dutchess County mom and Hudson Valley Parent's director of consumer development Pamela Perry has done just that. Recently, she signed up for an online class through her local community college. Online classes are perfect for busy moms because they can be completed at your own pace. "I put in hours to complete my course when I have time. There is a deadline when the class should be completed," says Perry, "but I can do it at night once my kids are in bed or whenever I have the time to dedicate to the lessons." Advances in technology have made online classes more collaborative than ever. Many classes offer options to video chat with a professor or even other classmates. Classes can be helpful for moms looking to expand their opportunities when it comes to their career or just learn more about something that has always interested them. Perry says, "I picked something that will help me in my day- to-day happenings at work, but also something that I have always wanted to learn more about." Condos to Castles Cleaning Inc. PO Box 22 Millbrook, NY 12545 845-891-7392; Commercial and residential cleaning services. Whether you need one-time cleaning, or ongoing service for your property or rental, we tailor a plan that meets your needs. Call today for a friendly, no-hassle estimate. Condos to Castles Cleaning Inc. Imperial Jewelers 7492 South Broadway Red hook, NY Store: 845-758-1203; Cell: 845-418-1268 Imperial Jewelers of Red Hook offers Estate & fine jewelry, GIA / EGL Certified diamonds, re- stringing, engraving, custom work and on-site repairs for many items. personal development

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