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Being financially stable is a dream for expat teachers living and working abroad. Imagine a world where you don’t have to worry about whether you have enough to pay for your bills and your personal expenses. How would you like to earn more than enough so that you can save for your future? Many work in a different country, far from family and friends, so they can earn more than enough to be debt-free. Being financially stable does...
Teaching children essential life skills will help them become independent and well-equipped to face the real world. And life skills aren’t always picked up in school; children need to be taught at home to fully understand why certain skills are important.  Any skill that is useful in life is considered a life skill, including tying shoelaces, swimming, and making decisions. Other skills, such as self-awareness, resilience,...
We have all felt the effects of the COVID-19 virus. Whilst there has been the physical threat of contracting the disease and the practical changes we’ve had to make such as increased hygiene behaviours and reduced social activities, the virus has also created a great deal of uncertainty and unease. It has been a trying and very difficult time, with many families experiencing great loss and turbulent home lives. ...
Laying and implementing the ground rules can be difficult in your role as a nanny and is a common concern for many people working in childcare. You'll want to make sure that you respect the wishes of the parents that you work for, whilst ensuring that the children in your care respect your authority and decision making. Here are a few tips about how to effectively lay and encourage your charges to follow the ground rules.  ...