Blog – Classic Masonry with Filter


Hybrid Teaching

value system
Heat My alarm goes off and I quickly turn over in the king size bed I’m sleeping on to reach the bedside table with my cell phone on it. It’s still dark – 5am to be exact. I got 30min to get ready before my first business English lesson begins……


life, life lessons, mindset
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”Dr. Seuss It refers to a guy’s weekend my friends and I go on, a couple times a year. It’s an adventure, a journey. When you’re in search of something…

Replay – Can I get another chance?

Many of us wish we could get a do-over! That we could replay that night, that performance, that date, that trip, that relationship. When our youth passes us, we wish we could have it back, once more or….forever. If we fail, or lose, we ask for another chance to make…

What I know for sure

Learning, life, life lessons
What do you know for sure
I got this post idea after listening to a review of Oprah Winfrey’s book with the same title. It seems that this simple sentence carries a lot of weight and can even help us as a guide for our future selves. I mean, I’ll be honest, I’ve never thought about…

My attention

change, life, life lessons, mindset
is precious and I have a certain amount of it per day. There are certain things that require my attention and there are others who pay for it. Then there are those choices I make on what or who to allocate my attention to. Of course my family and my…

What is progress?

When you’re learning a language and you don’t have a teacher or tutor and you’re attempting this solo, how do you know if you’re making any progress? Well, I’ve been asking myself that question for the past 12 months and change, and still don’t have an answer. You can do…

Who is responsible?

busy living, change, mindset
Our actions always have consequences. We are free, and we have freedom, but when we exercise that freedom there are consequences. Who will bear the responsibility of those consequences? The answer is obvious but elusive. Probably because most of us would like to pretend that it’s someone else’s problem to…