Teaching is a very noble profession. With the lives of your students to shape, you really have to understand why you want to be a teacher. A teacher will not only impart knowledge to her students but will teach them the essence of hard work and how to live in the society. Before you decide on becoming a teacher, you have to evaluate yourself first. Are you the kind of person who loves being around children? Are you patient? Can you make a good and quick decision? Are you strict enough to enforce rules? Are you able to make adjustments whenever there is a diversion from the original plan and are you caring enough? Apart from the teaching certificates and education degrees, you have to evaluate your interests and know if teaching truly suits you.
Mascots intrigue customers to check out your business, and they help to remind potential clients about your products and services. However, a poor mascot decision is just as bad as, if not worse than, no mascot at all. When you’re surrounded by a sea of mascot customes and possibilities, make your decisions with care to ensure the most profitable business outcome.
It’s time for my check-in with Jaime Morrow’s What’s Up Wednesday blog hop! What I’m Reading The list remains the same as last week, with two exceptions. 1. I finished The Poor Bastard by Joe Matt. Our book club meeting got switched until next Monday, so we’ll see if anyone in the group had better […]
Billy Burgess from Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer is asking us how we organize our books to read in this week’s Book Blogger Hop. When I first read the question, I thought I would have nothing to say beyond “size order,” but after really thinking about it I realized I do have a couple […]
The breeze carried the first smells of green instead of the bite of white. The rising sun shed a yellow glow instead of an empty bright. I smelled the grass and knew the flowers weren’t far behind. Spring was on its way. I walked the dewy grasses knowing this would be the day. I carried […]
Okay… at least a little part of me is joking. I did not really forget that I have a blog. I simply have been unable to sit down and focus on the things that I typically write about. The main culprit seems to be “pregnancy brain,” or so I’ve been told. from pregnancyhumor.com When Pregnancy […]
In today’s book review for StoryDam.com I reviewed a book called Question of the Day: Where Truth is the Dare by Al Katkowski. In an effort to demonstrate the types of questions the book asks, I used random.org to pick a page in the book and asked StoryDam readers to answer it. I realized it […]
I wrote this yesterday, but once the phone began to ring and the Facebook lit up, I was unable to post it: Ten days ago I was cracking at the seems with a desperate desire to spill a secret > that I wasn’t sure I was able to do. Today’s the day. The secret is […]
I just came back from my writing group which has become so popular we have switched from meeting once every two weeks to meeting every week. The fact is, the only writing I am doing lately is in relation to this group. I don’t know if it is pregnancy brain or something else, but I […]
Well, this is one of those “why don’t you just practice what you preach, Nicole” blog posts. A key component to reviving your blog – particularly when the need for revival has occurred due to a severe cut in the amount of time you can devote to your blog – is the schedule. There are […]