Most people would think that early work hours, periodic breaks and holiday time-off are the best things about being a teacher. However, by now, you probably know better. When you aren’t teaching, you aren’t getting paid, and teaching isn’t the most lucrative job in the first place. You do it to make a difference, not to get rich. With that in mind, a little extra income can often be both fulfilling and helpful when the school day ends. Here are a few great side gig suggestions that can fuel your bank account throughout the academic year and beyond.
Let this cook while you get ready for work so you have a nutritious, delicious breakfast to begin your day.
I found an old blog posts from Dec 30, 2009, and thought it would be interesting to reflect on the changes from the past decade plus. Join me?
This steak with spinach, goat cheese, and olives is my new favorite meal when combined with steamed broccoli and asparagus.
Young Living Vitality Drops turn water into a a healty experience instead of a bland must-have.
Zoraida Basaldu of Empowered Fem talks with us about believing in yourself and the importance of ensuring you don’t let others determine how you see your value.
In this fireside chat with Beth Perry, we talk about the importance of allowing ourselves to evolve and change over time. It’s part of our design to improve. When we lean into that and flourish in our ability to create and adapt, inspire and grow, we will live on a new level. Listen in!
Don’t wait until January to plan your goals for 2021. Instead, start to think now about how you can set yourself up for success. One of the ways to do that is to have a plant-based, toxin-free home so your environment is healthier and more conducive to productivity and wellness. Included in this post is a calendar to help you make monthly swaps over the course of a year toward a plant-based home.
Pumpkin spice and everything nice. A quick post with some fun and delicious DIYs, recipes, and pumpkiny smelling cleaners using essential oils and plant-based products from Young Living.
We can’t compare our moments to others’ stories. And we can’t leave out our moments if we truly want to inspire others and live a life of purpose and strength. We must share our story without leaving out the moments that made it possible.
EmpoweredFem CEO Zoraida Basaldu has shared her wisdom with managing money with us for this month’s guest post. Visit her blog to learn more from her!
Random thoughts based upon a writing I found from three years ago at this time. Walk with me as I think about how I am taking charge today for the next steps in my journey. True “blog” format tonight versus inspiration or thought leadership – just me sharing with you and hoping it helps you know you aren’t alone.