Top 4 Benefits of Teaching English Online

Online English teachers are in high demand, especially nowadays. China has the greatest demand and their online institutions are willing to pay well. Online teaching is fun and rewarding. There are several great benefits to teaching English online, but here are the top 4 in my opinion. 1. FREEDOM!!! I believe freedom is the top... Continue Reading →

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8 Must-See Sites In Mexico City

México City is filled with amazing sites. Don't know where to start? Here's help!Tweet If you're looking for interesting tourist spots in México City, you'll find this list helpful. I provided maps to make finding them easy. The modern and old Basilicas of Our Lady of Guadalupe.Zócalo, Catedral Metropolitana (L) and Palacio Nacional (R)One of... Continue Reading →

The Underground Railroad: From The US to Mexico

When you hear “Mexico”, does The Underground Railroad come to mind? I'm embarrassed to admit it, but sadly, I knew nothing about how enslaved African Americans escaped to Mexico along what we know as the Underground Railroad. I don't recall ever learning about it in school. I was totally clueless until I was schooled on... Continue Reading →

What Canadian Cities Should Millennials Move to?

As you contemplate your current living situation, you may wonder if it's about time you moved to a larger city. Maybe you've been thinking about this for a long time and have already begun researching “Calgary Real Estate” and “best neighborhoods in Quebec.” Maybe you're bored and feeling a bit restless. You feel pressured to... Continue Reading →

How Safe Is México City Safe?

Since arriving in México on December 31st, I’ve enjoyed a long walk along and around Calzada de Guadalupe, crisscrossed across town via the subway system, strolled around and relaxed in Chapultepec park twice, and met lots of interesting people. The 2nd floor of El Castillo De Chapultepec. Friday, I left my hotel to do some... Continue Reading →

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