Celebrate My 20-Year Reunion with a College Scholarship

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This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Florida Prepaid College. The opinions are honest.

You know what today is? Today marks 20 YEARS since I graduated high school. June 7th, 1997, I crossed the stage at Sunrise Musical Theater and received my Plantation High School diploma. After my graduation, we went out for a seafood dinner, my parents, sister, and childhood best friend Alicia. Just a few weeks later, I went on a road trip with my parents and sister to complete my college registration at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. It was so exciting to select classes, plan my schedule, and check out where I would live. I remember just how magical it felt to see my new, more independent life ahead of me!

And you know what? In just 8 days, I’m moving back to Gainesville with my husband and kids. We are insanely excited {and a little nervous} about our big move, about 5 hours north of where we currently live. We have only ever lived as a family in this one home, so it’s going to be a huge transition for us, but hopefully one filled with new adventures! Who knew I would celebrate my 20-year reunion with a move back to my college town?

To celebrate 20 years since I began college AND the return to Gainesville with my family, I’m sharing an awesome college giveaway. I’ve written before about how I paid for my undergraduate degree with a full scholarship + a Florida Prepaid plan that my parents purchased for me.

Want to win a $529 Florida Prepaid Scholarship for your child? Here’s how!

May 29 was National 529 day and Florida Prepaid is trying to increase awareness about college savings and the Florida 529 Savings Plan. In celebration of 529 Day, Florida Prepaid is giving 10 Florida families $529 in a Florida 529 Savings Plan!

TO ENTER: Just visit florida529savingsplanscholarship.com daily between now and June 11th. You must be a Florida resident, 18 years and over.

The Florida 529 Savings Plan offers you the ultimate in flexibility. It can be started at anytime and only requires a $25 initial deposit to open. Even if you can’t save for your child’s entire college education, starting something is always better than doing nothing. The funds in a Florida 529 Savings Plan can be used for any qualified higher educational expense, including tuition, room & board, textbooks, graduate school, and much more. From more aggressive to more conservative options, and with age-based and fully customized approaches, you have as much control as you want over how much you invest and where it’s invested. And as the years go by, you’re free to change contribution amounts and how they are allocated at any time.

About Carrie Wells, Ed.D.

Dr. Carrie Wells is a college instructor, blogger, wife, and work-at-home mother to two children, Lydia {age 8} and Bryce {age 6}. Carrie earned her doctorate in Special Education in 2008. After becoming a mother in 2009, Carrie began blogging as Huppie Mama to share her passions for cooking, crafting, beautifying, and her family. In 2016, she rebranded as Our Potluck Family, and her husband Richard became a regular contributor.

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