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
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.
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.