For the past seven years, like a lot of working families, we have been paying at least $600/month for preschool and/or childcare. And now, as this school year is rapidly coming to a close, I am faced with the exciting fact that in 4 short months I . . .
Congratulations! You successfully passed the VIPKID interview (not yet? click here for that post...). So what's next?! To the VIPKID Mock Class you go! Just like the interview, you will receive the lesson ahead of time and some tips on how to . . .
I attempted to start a blog approximately 435,045 times before feeling like I actually got it right. I knew there were plenty of books to read and research to be done, but they always seemed to be about increasing traffic, how to sell your . . .
So now that you know ALL about VIPKID (from this post), and you're beyond-ready to change your life by making $18-22/hour teaching from your couch (in your pajama pants!)... What's next?! The VIPKID interview demo lesson (and then the mock . . .
As you may know, I really love Etsy. I have purchased custom products from Etsy since I was in college and have been a seller since 2015. However....you know what Etsy is missing? Instant gratification. You know, Amazon Prime kind of . . .
Our family doesn't "sit around" very well. Jocelyn is at the dance studio 5-6 days a week, Phil works 6-day work weeks almost every week, and Henry gets toted around with the rest of us. So, when we have several days of down time, we get stir . . .
Ever since I started sharing about my experience teaching from home, I get a lot of questions regarding a VIPKID Review - Is it legit or a scam? Is it For Real!? For me, it was a life-changing job move, so allow me to answer some of your . . .
It has been about 3 months since I got hired and started teaching from home with VIPKid (click here to read about how/why I got started), so I wanted to give an update. So here it is: It's amazing and I LOVE IT. I could not be more thankful and . . .
I grew up in a very Southern Baptist home. Church and God were our top priorities in life and much of our decisions and life choices revolved around this. I taught Sunday school, my parents both volunteered and/or worked in the church, and I . . .
I was a teacher for 8 years - I spent four years in the public schools and four in a community-based setting. While there were plenty of things I loved about teaching in the classroom, there were also plenty of things that I realized weren't working . . .
When my cousin and his wife recently had a wedding-redo for local family and friends, they asked my sister and I to be the honorary wedding (redo) planners. We discovered long ago that we make an excellent event-planning team, since I love all . . .
After developing my corn and soy allergy, I became acutely aware and concerned about the quality of food and ingredients that I was purchasing and eating. I began to read every label (out of necessity) and chose many of the priciest options . . .
Can we talk about Shopkins for a minute? I mean, really, how on earth did these microscopic critters become so darn popular? And does anyone actually manage to not lose like 82% of them within a week of purchase? But no worries of course, because . . .
We have lived in our 1958 brick rancher (complete with a 1958 original stove/oven) for about 7 years, and if you are familiar with this era homes, every room is its own entity, separated by walls and narrow doorways. So for the past, oh I dunno - 7 . . .