June’s Favorite Things

Today I’m linking up with Ashley over at Dancing with Ashley

1) Working part-time at Subway. I like food service, I think it’s fun. And, I baked my first bread ever! And the fact that my boss not only owns the Subway, but also a frozen yogurt store a few blocks away which means 50% frozen yogurt this summer for me and my husband!!!

2) These movies I was able to watch over Netflix. I’ve wanted to see them all and now I have! Yaay me!

3) These books I have read/am starting to read. For my review on The Secret History of the World, go here. I just finished The Happiness Project and my review will come next week. I am currently little more half-way done with Life of Pi.

4) My new writing gig at Femiology.com

5) Going to 7 Peaks water park.

6) Doing 2 yard sales.

7) Watching America’s Got Talent and Jackie Chan Adventures with my husband.

8) Getting hired for full-time English teaching position at a charter school in West Jordan (as of 4 days ago!). More info on that to come!

9) Going to the Blogger shindig at Apricot Lane and meeting new bloggers. It was a little nerve wracking as I have less than 40 followers and the only two people I knew there have 400 and 900 followers (bigger bloggers than I am by far). It also seemed a lot of fashion bloggers were there and I am by no means a fashion blogger, nor a big blogger. But, it was fun nonetheless. I put myself out there, talked to people I didn’t know, and found some new blogs to follow!
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Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.

16 comments

  1. Congrats on your teaching job! Can't wait to hear more 🙂 And yay for Subway – my best friend's dad owned a couple when we were in high school, and we would ALWAYS go there for food 🙂 The best!

  2. Ramen Girl was pretty funny–Hotel Rwanda was so horrifying–I had to watch it in school, and wow, that's hard. I never ever knew about that happening–it was in my lifetime but I was little.

    Hurray for getting a teaching job!

  3. So glad to find your blog and meet you at the Apricot Lane blogger meet up. I have been wanting to read Life of Pi, interested to hear what you thought of it.

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    1. I will have my review of the book and the movie up on Friday. Watch for it! =) Glad we met! Love your outfits on your blog, by the way! Make sure you join up in some way (GFC, bloglovin, etc)!

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