10 things I miss being a savvy saver Shopping is a cognitive process, we use a number of processes, we take in information, interpret and act on signals and feedback from our shop/store environment. All of our senses are open to the influences in our environment, we take in information through our eyes, ears, nose,… Read More What do I miss about my old spending life?
Today is the beginning of our 10 day ‘flipping in Wales’ we will be touring the coast of Wales, visiting charity shops, Carboot’s and other places to collect and flip goods on eBay and shpock, gumtree and Facebook. This blog will be a journal of our antics, buying goods, enjoying the sights and staying in… Read More Flipping in Wales
This blog post was started as a bit of a ‘tongue in cheek’, but with an underlying emphasis on how hard you need to work on your blog if you want it to be successful and gain traffic. Whether you want to write for pleasure, for your own development or to monetise your page, it… Read More Challenges of a blogger
Side Hustle number 1 of 10 Tutoring is a business that more and more teachers are moving into, imagine being your own boss, planning your lessons around a child’s individual needs and seeing the progress of the child developing week by week. Tutoring was featured in the Guardian, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/9026101/Private-tutors-can-earn-thousands.html Although you could make a good… Read More Tutoring as a side Hustle
Although we still work during the summer holidays, and as much as we love teaching, it is very exciting when students complete their year and achieve their grades. Time to wind down and look at the teaching for next year. Planning new schemes of work, more interactive lessons and creative activities. cheers from my gorgeous… Read More ….it’s the moment every teacher dreams of…the last day of teaching for the summer!