As I was writing “working with less” and thinking about what we as online teachers put out there to other potential online teachers, and each other, it got me thinking. I said with that post that you shouldn’t be intimidated by veterans and the… Continue Reading “Carmen in Canada’s Top Ten Tips for Teaching Online”
So if you’re out there doing your research about working from home, especially as an English teacher, you might notice the same trend I do: over-freaking-complicating what’s physically needed to do this job. If you watch online videos about teaching online you’ll see crazy class… Continue Reading “Working with Less”
When I write about working from home I caution my readers not to romanticize the reality – I give up stability, normal working hours (although I am slowly building towards normal hours, more on that another time.), and many of the perks of a… Continue Reading “Sincerely, Carmen in Canada”
So now you’re ready to work from home, but where do you start? How does one get connected with the right companies and start getting paid real money? Let’s talk about landing that online job!
Just because you don’t work for anybody else doesn’t mean you can’t work with somebody else. That’s one of the hardest attitude shifts to overcome when seeking success on projects that we own. At least for me. I get so excited about owning a project and all of… Continue Reading “Working for yourself versus working alone”