Becoming Piano Teacher

pianoCouple months ago, I decided to retire from office because I was old and wanted to spend most of my time to gather with my lovely family. My family supported my decision, so I did not regret my decision. After retiring, actually I had much free time, so I wanted to fulfill my free time by teaching piano. I planned to teach my grandchildren and kids in my housing complex. My son helped me promoted myself via website, but this effort did not work well because there were many piano teacher websites out there. As a newcomer, of course, people could not trust me yet. Continue reading “Becoming Piano Teacher”

Getting Your Kids Excited About Cooking

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Many home cooks have fond childhood memories of helping Mom or Grandma make cookies. Stirring ingredients, a quick lick of the spoon and the wonderful aroma as the cookies bake is where many food lovers first discovered their passion for cooking. Teaching your kids to cook and bake is an experience that is not only a great way to spend time with each other, but also provides them with tools they’ll need growing up. As kids get older, learning to cook makes them more self-sufficient and helps them make better food choices. Continue reading “Getting Your Kids Excited About Cooking”

Can I Retire if I Still Have Debt?

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Retirement takes a great deal of planning and preparation. It’s going to be a new lifestyle that you should understand before deciding to do it. Some people use retirement to travel often and others are just looking to downsize their home and enjoy life. What do those folks ready to retire do when it comes to retiring with debt? The trend of retiring with debt is rising. While it’s possible to retire with debt, many suggest against it. Here is what you need to know about being in debt while entering retirement. Continue reading “Can I Retire if I Still Have Debt?”