I have been really busy this month as I’ve been extremely engaged in the new venture that I am in. Besides being a teacher and a blogger I’ve recently became a Mary Kay Beauty consultant and am learning the ropes in direct selling.
It is a learning experience for me as I step out of my comfort zone and start to learn to interact more with people. Being an introvert I find it difficult opening up and talking to strangers. I get tongue tied at times trying to find the appropriate words to use. It can be stressful at times and it is something that I am trying to overcome.
May has been a month of learning and reflection for me as I focused on helping the boys prepare for the SA1 exams.
Being in Primary 5 this year isn’t easy. There is so many more things to learn and the expectation is certainly much higher then last year.
I’m halfway through my Bridging the GAP – P5 series as I’ve managed to cover how I bridge the gap in English . In the next few months I’ll cover how I teach Monkey boy in Maths and Science and move on to my greatest challenge so far- tutoring Doggie boy who is currently in Primary 3.
I managed to clear my backdated travel posts from my previous trip to Taiwan and showcases the flowers that I photographed. I also shared how we made our own anniversary rings this year at a jewelery making workshop that R and I attended.
Taking a stroll along the wooden walkway at the Gao Mei Wetlands was really romantic and I really enjoyed myself there soaking in the sight of the setting sun.
It was certainly an interesting experience making this traditional Hakka Tea. Thunder tea certainly requires many different ingredients and it tasted vastly different from the teas that I am used to drinking.
I had a fun time travelling back in time as part of the Time travelling blog train hosted by MadPyschMum- Madeline. If I could have the opportunity I would certainly love to go back to my university days when I was studying in Melbourne University. I miss those carefree days. However looking at my life now I would certainly not have changed anything as I’m really grateful for being where I am now.
Being a Mom does make one cast doubts on oneself especially if things don’t seem to work out the way that we want. This book – Grace for the Imperfect Mom was an excellent read that I had that reminded me that everything does happen for a reason and based on GOD’s timing and not mine.
How was your month of May?