Goodbye unemployment

And hello new job!

As much as I love staying at home and taking care of my pups, sewing all day, keeping the house clean, and constantly doing projects around the house the bank account no longer allows me to do so. Lucky for me I found a job that combines things I love, allows me to make my own schedule, and sounds incredibly fun!

I will be working at a Family Enrichment center teaching sewing classes to kids and one adult beginner class! During the interview, the owner saw that I have a degree in Elementary Ed and asked if I would be interested in tutoring as well. Of course I said yes because it sounds great and I'm not good at saying no :)

One of the best things about the new job is that I make my own schedule. I start Monday with tutoring and while I am there I will set up the schedule for my sewing classes. I'm pretty excited and a tad nervous! I have experience teaching and lots of experience sewing but I have never combined the two. It will be great though, I already have a million ideas.

I will be sure to share the projects we make and instructions so you or your kiddos can make them too! I'm so ready for this new adventure!

ps - They asked if I would be interested in teaching a cooking class.... hahahahaha they are so funny.


  1. That sounds awesome. I never did learn how to sew. lol. I've kinda been on the job-hunt myself, but I'm on the fence because I don't want to have too much time away from the kiddo and the hubs when he has free time. But making your own schedule--you can't pass that up! Good luck. =)

  2. New to your blog today. Sounds like a great job. Oh, how we would all to have a job doing something we love. Yours, being sewing from what I gather. Best of luck!

  3. YAY!! So happy for you!! This sounds like an awesome opportunity!

  4. Hi! I just came across your blog and I love it! It first stuck out to me because I also have an elementary ed degree and I'm recently laid off.

    I also wanted to say how brave you are for sharing your story with trying to conceive on this blog. I have many friends that have struggled with this, or are struggling still and I know they would take comfort in reading your blog. I hope you will have a little one soon!!

  5. Thank you. After our first miscarriage I found such comfort from reading the blog of a woman who was going through the same thing. I share so openly in hopes of doing that for someone else. It's nice to know your not alone in it.



Related Posts with Thumbnails