Millennials’ Most Preferred Way of Earning Money
Daily commute, braving heavy traffic for more than an hour, crowded public transits, heat of the sun, wet shoes from heavy rain – or worse – flood, running late to work because of circumstances you can’t control on your way to your workplace, constant thoughts on your kids or family members at home, exhausting and apprehensive travel to work in the wee hours for a graveyard shift, the list could go on for the struggles that usual wage earners had to face. Continue Reading
Nurse By Profession, Educator By Passion
“Why don’t you pursue nursing? You are an RN anyway.”
I used to get this question after telling a friend what I do. And, I consistently failed to give an answer. I was always embarrassed. But, I did not know exactly why. I used to agree that I wasted my parents’ money considering that education in the Philippines has always been costly. They did not know how much I hated teaching and how badly I wanted to be a nurse. However; no matter how hard I tried to find a job as a nurse, I never found one. Continue Reading
Why I Hate Traveling
(A review to the Huffingtonpost.com article WHY YOU SHOULD SPEND YOUR MONEY ON EXPERIENCES, NOT MATERIAL THINGS)
Most people are enslaved with money. We all work to earn and put some additional zeros on the amount we have in the bank. We use our most pivotal resource in living and surviving as functioning members of the society for almost everything that we do. Continue Reading
So Why Do We Need a TESOL Certificate?
Gian Karlo Lopez
Just today I got my TESOL certificate.
I never really understood why I should get one. Considering my years of experience in this field since 2009, getting a TESOL certificate was never much of a priority for me. I firmly held on to the insights and realizations I gained from my years of experience teaching students of different levels from preschool to high school to technical-vocational course takers from local private institutions. Continue Reading