Why isn’t Everyone Making Money Online?

How Can I Make Money Online? A quick Google search of this sub-heading will bring up hundreds of blogs with people telling you hundreds of ways you can make money online. From filling out surveys to selling domain names to selling your services on platforms such as Fiverr and Peopleperhour. These are all legitimate ways … Continue reading Why isn’t Everyone Making Money Online?

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The script rant- Go to school, go to University, get a job…

Go to school, go to university, get a job, get married, buy a house, have kids, work until you're at least 65, retire and live the dream baby! So far we've done pretty well! We are following this script like someone wrote our lives out for us. In fact, all we need to do is … Continue reading The script rant- Go to school, go to University, get a job…

The end of Average

As a society, we are obsessed by averages. Sports produce stats and work out players averages (time playing, batting/ bowling averages, goals per game for/against etc.), schools produce the average grades regionally, nationally and internationally, we can instantly google the average life expectancy (79 years) and average weight for certain heights (140-190lbs for 6 foot … Continue reading The end of Average

5 barriers to forming good habits

1. Yoga is for flexible girls I'm not a girl and I have never been flexible. I remember doing the sit and reach test at school and not even getting a score. I found it funny at the time and I remember my PE teacher saying "You're just not flexible, like me". So I believed … Continue reading 5 barriers to forming good habits

Innovative education

There are notable education environments that are approaching learning differently already. Here are some examples: Finland- The main focus of learning is for the students to find happiness. School weeks are around 20 hours long and some days are 3 hours, including a lunch or break time. Every school has a similar philosophy and students … Continue reading Innovative education

Is education creating the world we need?

Is this the question that needs answering? Since 2010 I have worked in a variety of educational environments: a pupil referral unit, a grammar school, comprehensive (state) schools in London, a sixth form college and an international school. I have seen some amazing educators and some amazing programs implemented, however, I still feel that we haven't … Continue reading Is education creating the world we need?