Um, it’s October. And not even the very start of October. We’re like legit a week in....Read More
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A few weeks ago, I mentioned on Facebook that my favorite ink+volt planner just came out with their 2018 version and as a result of a few comments, I thought it would be fun to discuss what I personally look for in a planner....Read More
*This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Homeschooling can be incredibly rewarding and fun and lovely, but sometimes (okok, OFTENTIMES,) it can be super overwhelming and frustrating. Even just homeschooling one child can be...Read More
I know I say it a lot, but it bears repeating. How is time flying by so fast? And why does it always seem as if I am treading water and accomplishing nothing? I know it’s not true. And yet, it always seems as if my...Read More
*This post contains Amazon Affiliate links. I have a major confession to make. Even though I have written a book about teaching your kid Chinese and have written extensively on how to get your kids bilingual and bi-literate, I...Read More
Like my reviews? Want more tips and advice on how to teach your kids Chinese? Want someone to just give you an Action Plan that you can follow? Check out my book (affiliate link), So You Want Your Kid to Learn Chinese. Title:...Read More
I know. I know. You thought I had abandoned this blog for the ease and instant gratification of Facebook Live Videos. As tempting as that is, I just can’t be that unedited and unscripted on a regular basis. If I produced...Read More
** Compensation for this post was provided on behalf of Miao Mi TV. A free code was also provided so I could review the app. Opinions expressed here are my own. People always say we should have our kids watch and listen to...Read More
I remember in my high school civics class, our teacher said that in general, children start off with their parents’ political beliefs, become more liberal in college, and then finally, when they make more money and become...Read More
Virginia Duan is the Entertainment Editor for Mochi Magazine, the Living Justice Editor for Diverging Magazine and curator for the Influencer Activist Toolkit. You can find her work on various sites like Romper, Mom.com, Diverging Mag, and Mochi Magazine. She reacts to K-pop on YouTube, hosts the Noona ARMY Podcast, and founded BrAzn AZN, a series for Asian Pacific Islander Desi American creatives. Located in the Bay Area, Calif., she bilingual homeschools her 4 kids in Chinese and English.
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