Online ESL Jobs: Companies that Are Constantly Hiring ESL Teachers

Online ESL Jobs: Companies that Are Constantly Hiring ESL Teachers

I have been teaching ESL (English as a Second Language) online for almost two years now. I work for three companies and make a full-time income from what I do. Teaching online is a huge passion of mine. I love it because it’s flexible and…

Xochimilco Mexico City: The Best Things to Do in Xochimilco

Xochimilco Mexico City: The Best Things to Do in Xochimilco

Xochimilco is an area in Mexico City that is famous for its river canals and colorful trajineras (boats). Riding the trajineras is something I love doing but there are also lots of other things to see and do in the area. I’ve been to Xochimilco…

Become a Cambly Tutor: How to Get a Job Tutoring ESL Online

Become a Cambly Tutor: How to Get a Job Tutoring ESL Online

If you’ve ever wanted to teach ESL online but you don’t have much experience, then keep reading! Cambly is a great ESL job especially if you are just starting out in the world of online teaching. I recently started teaching online with Cambly in order…

Tasting Mexican Wine in Querétaro: A Three Day Itinerary

Tasting Mexican Wine in Querétaro: A Three Day Itinerary

If you want to taste some truly wonderful Mexican wine on your next trip, then you need to add Querétaro to your itinerary. Querétaro is a state in Mexico located about 3 hours away from Mexico City. The region is known for its sparkling wines…

Aura: The Vegan Cooking Class in Mexico City You Need to Try

Aura: The Vegan Cooking Class in Mexico City You Need to Try

If you’re vegan or vegetarian and are planning on visiting Mexico City then you’re in luck! Mexico City has a thriving and growing vegan food scene. There are tons of good vegan restaurants to choose from including delicious street food stands. Some of the best…

Affordable Transportation: How to Find Cheap Flights, Train Tickets & Bus Fares

Affordable Transportation: How to Find Cheap Flights, Train Tickets & Bus Fares

I’ve never been very wealthy. Until now I’ve only had jobs that paid minimum wage. Now I’m an Online ESL Teacher so even though I make more than minimum wage, I still don’t make tonnes of money. Yet I still manage to travel quite a…

How to Get to Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca, Without a Tour

How to Get to Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca, Without a Tour

The name ‘Hierve el Agua’ literally means ‘where the water boils’. But don’t let the name fool you. The bubbling water at Hierve el Agua is actually super cold! However, in my opinion, it’s definitely worth a visit. You can go for a hike on…

Eco-Friendly Travel: How to Have a *Slightly* More Sustainable Flight

Eco-Friendly Travel: How to Have a *Slightly* More Sustainable Flight

We all know by now that flying is awful for the environment. It releases much more CO2 than land travel (cars, buses, and trains) into the atmosphere. Traveling by airplane is a heated topic (no pun intended) among environmentalists and activists everywhere. While there are…

Tlapujahua Michoacán: One of Mexico’s Most Christmassy Pueblos Magicos

Tlapujahua Michoacán: One of Mexico’s Most Christmassy Pueblos Magicos

Tlalpujahua is a beautiful pueblo magico located in Michoacán, Mexico. It’s a very small town with cobblestone streets, bright colorful buildings, and lots of friendly people. It is also famous for its’ handicrafts, particularly the handmade Christmas ornaments sold all throughout the town. Here’s why…

Christmas in Mexico City: The Best Things to Do

Christmas in Mexico City: The Best Things to Do

I have spent the last two Decembers in Mexico City and it’s truly a magical time to be in Mexico’s capital. There are plenty of bright lights to see in the evenings, warm chocolaty and fruity drinks to sip on, and so many other wonderful…