It’s that time of the week again where I share some of my favorite finds and things that are worthy of knowing about.
So here are my top 5 favorites if the week.
1. Ring Light
The first thing is this Ring Light by Neewer I found on Amazon. It comes with 2 types if filters, a dimmer switch, tripod, and Bluetooth remote. I use it for my VIPKID classroom and my kids have used it for making musically videos. I’m sure we will be putting this bad boy to use on a regular basis.
In this picture below it has the orange filter on the lights and creates a softer look.
2. VIP KIDS
I have been working with this company for a little over 9 months. I teach kids in China English. It’s super easy and if you have a college degree and any type of teaching experience you should totally give this gig a try.
You can begin the application process by clicking here or use the referral code ELIZA0331 to apply. The pay is about $20-$24 an hr and the hours you can work are anywhere from 8:30 p.m. EST- 10 am EST. I typically work a few hours each morning before my kids get up and going.
Don’t be shy about reaching out and I’ll help you through the hiring process.
3. Well Planned Day Calendar
Next up is the Well Planned Day calendars. I got the bundle pack on their website with the regular homeschool calendar and the separate prayer calendar. You can get away with having only one but the prayer one is helping me to have a place to write my prayer requests and answers down all in one place.
The first calendar is primarily for homeschool parents and it is a practical resource and place to keep all your assignments organized.
2018-2019 Homeschool Planner
“The Well Planned Prayer Planner helps busy moms stay organized and prayer focused. Plan meals each week, maintain daily to-do lists, schedule appointments, journal prayer requests, find encouragement and more.” – Wellplannedgal.com
4. All things Graham Cooke.
He has some of the most brilliant quotes and teachings. I have learned a ton from him lately. So be sure to listen to some of his messages on YouTube. Here are some links to get you started.
5. The C25k app, or couch to 5 k. It has me running 3 days a week and is totally doable for a beginner runner. You run for 1 minute and then walk for 2 and repeat the process for 30 minutes. So far I’m totally digging it and haven’t passed out yet.
I hope you find some of these helpful and as always be sure to share what you are totally into this week as well.