Things to do while under Coronavirus Quarantine

Coronavirus is now officially a pandemic. My heart goes out to all those who have been affected by this virus so far. I hope you all stay safe! In England, we haven’t quite gotten to…

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TEFL Academy English Teaching Course // Practical info

I already wrote a post all about my journey teaching English online, if you want to check that out. This is more practical information about the TEFL Academy 168-hour course. Combined or online course The…

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What’s in my handbag (2020)

I’ve always loved these types of videos and blog posts. So let’s just pretend we’ve gone back in time to when this was one of the most popular things you could find online. I don’t…

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My TEFL story

I’ve been working from home since 2016 and it’s not something I want to give up anytime soon. I love the freedom it gives me. But, as my main income comes from doing translation work,…

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On not doing what you said you were going to do (aka failing)

I’m sure everyone’s had that experience where you get really excited about doing something, tell the whole world about it, maybe even start it, and then burn-out and quit. If you’ve never done that, you’re…

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My goals and resolutions for 2020

No intro, just a list of everything I hope to achieve this year. Career goals Focus on growing this blog more Add different streams of income Last year, I did a course to become an…

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Looking back on 2019

Hi, it’s been a while! Since we’re going into the new year, I’m trying to get back on it with posting regularly. And what better way to get ready for the new year than by…

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Have I lost my love for writing? // Living as an artist

If you want to read more about what exactly the Living as an Artist-challenge is, you can read my original blog post on it here! I was twelve years old when I first discovered my…

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Knitting 101 // Living as an Artist

Month two of my “Living as an Artist“-challenge is over. And this month was all about knitting. I bought some knitting needles from Amazon (the big ones, because they make knitting go a bit faster)…

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On following into someone else’s footsteps

Almost all of us do it when we start a new job – we follow into someone else’s footsteps. It can be easy if we don’t know anything about the person we’re replacing, or if…

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Productive Sunday routine

A few months ago, I moved into my own cottage. And after a crazy week, I had a Sunday to do nothing. While the house wasn’t in desperate need of a clean, there was a…

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