Post # 46
My first few times yea because I was new and nervous now I go into most without ever reviewing the slides lol. The slides and premade for you and you can’t get off that material. The kids are separated into levels (1-6) so after a few I just adapt my speaking speed to level and wing it. It becomes repetitive enough that I doubt any veteran teachers need to do much more than quick read and I have my standard go to props always on my desk. princessandthepear :
Post # 47
Yea it’s not a fortune but it’s a good side job for me and I can do it from my living room. princessandthepear :
Post # 48
- Wedding: December 2017 - Courthouse
littlebirdbee : I’m totally open to being a work from home mom. And I actually used to work from home. My only issue is that I’m in Recruiting/HR. With recruiting you are on the phone a lot and you really can’t have background noise. And I’ve never seen HR jobs working from home unless they’re super entry level.
asummerbridet7 : That’s great to hear about someone in the same boat. I hope your ttc journey goes well 🙂
Post # 49
So, I am not a Stay-At-Home Mom. But my husband works a ton. I have thought a lot about whether or not I could be a Stay-At-Home Mom. If I was, I know we’d be out and about all the time. Now that my son is a toddler, he goes to swimming lessons on the weekends. If I was a Stay-At-Home Mom, I’d also sign him up for art, or gymnastics, or whatever. Basically what I’m saying is that depending on your interests and personality, being a Stay-At-Home Mom doesn’t come without expenses.