With every good intention I became a teacher. There was never another career path for me. I’ve been teaching since I was 3 years old. In school, I was the “teacher’s pet” and begging to take home overhead sheets at the end of the year. Anything I could do to play teacher. Fast forward 20 … More Why I quit teaching
As I touched on in this blog post, this past year I HAVE NOT slowed down. Constantly on the go to the next phase of my life. When will I ever slow down? Not anytime soon because… This was my last year as a primary school teacher, read the PG version of The truth about teaching … More Trust your gut and do it
Over the weekend we hosted my husband’s 30th, and it got me thinking. We blink and we’re 18, then 21, 30, and before we know it we’re middle aged. Life is too short. Lately, I’ve been living for the weekend. Dreading Monday’s and counting down the seconds to Friday afternoon. Don’t get me wrong, I … More The truth about teaching
I CANNOT believe it’s been a whole year, what a whirlwind it’s been! In this year life has thrown so much at A and I. As if getting married wasn’t enough of a challenge- we’ve made it through a visa application (VERY STRESSFUL), my sister’s death, me moving country, scratch that, me moving continent, living … More First Anniversary
4 Things London Needs It’s nothing Earth shattering and yes I happily live without all the things on this list but it’s the small things I miss the most! Coffee I’ve requested Dunkin Donuts from home so hopefully I am not suffering too long but the coffee here just isn’t the same. Not even Starbucks … More Life update, 4 things London needs and positive quotes!
It’s July 16 and I’m still all about red(mostly), white and blue. I’ve worn this little patriotic Parker number twice in the same week, which I never do, and I feel like it won’t get old! I can’t wait to wear it again! These sunglasses were a recent Nordstrom Rack, couldn’t live without, purchase 😉 … More Red, white and blue