So, how to combine travel, three children and their own business? Anya, the mother of a wonderful family, answers our questions. 1. When you started traveling, how did you come to this? We have been dreaming about travel for a long time. About seven years ago, I found your blog on the Internet, as well as the blogs of other travelers. This then greatly turned my brains – I realized that traveling does not need any sky-high income. I understood that I need to create a constant financial flow for myself and then the dream will come true. We began to think in this direction. We tried network marketing, but it came to understand that this is not a passive income, as they describe it, but just an option of self-employment, business. At that time, we had a rethinking of many things, including the transition to vegetarianism. Continue reading
Guess my song.
Sing the first line of the song, which your child probably knows. If he recognizes her, let him sing the next one. If he doesn’t find out, continue his vocals until he remembers. The child will support you as soon as he understands which song you have chosen. Then it is his turn to check your ear for music.
What do I see?
Pay attention to what you are passing by. Let him help you describe the urban and suburban landscapes floating outside the window. By some kind of exclamation, note the appearance of unusual objects, such as a mount on telephone poles, a dented car standing on the side of the road, sports slippers hanging on a wire, and ask questions. Continue reading