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Apartment Tour in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic | What's the Cost of Living? [CC]
 
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Hey! I wanted to do an apartment tour of my home here in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. I am an American expat living here in the country for just over a year now. I have only lived in this apartment for about a month now, but so far it has been good! I show you what a typical apartment in the Dominican Republic looks like. I am paying way more here than I was in Jarabacoa, but I am in a more popular city, in a safe neighborhood, and close to grocery stores, gyms, el monumento, and more. Also, furnished apartments are much more expensive here! Wondering what the cost of living/rent/bills are like in the Dominican Republic? I talk about all of that towards the end of this video:) Any questions about cost of living or my place? Want to share what you are paying living abroad? Comment below! Instagram: @rebeccamillsss - If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as an expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey!
Views: 1484 Mills Around
7 Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Job Teaching Abroad! | Teach English Interview Prep
 
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7 Questions you should ask before you accept a job teaching abroad! No matter what country or city you want to go to, these are general things you should be asking the directors, teachers, or teach abroad organization BEFORE you accept a job and arrive in the country. This applies to teaching an entire grade, or teaching english (TEFL). If you like this video, please comment/give a thumbs up/subscribe! Hope you find some of this information useful during your job search :) Morning Sun by Nicolai Heidlas Music https://soundcloud.com/nicolai-heidlas Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/UzCFTyluxic
Views: 536 Mills Around
Walking the Streets of the Dominican Republic | Expat Life in Santiago
 
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In this video I am walking around downtown (centro) Santiago de los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic! It is just a quick video I put together to help show you what the city of Santiago looks like. This is the most populated area of the city, (2nd largest in the country) and has lots of mom and pop stores, with a few chains like McDonalds and Subway sprinkled in! It's filled with cars, taxis, public buses, and motorcycles. I always love getting out and walking around new cities, to really get a feel for daily life of the residents there. This is not my favorite part of the country, but just about 10 minutes from where I live currently. I also take you to El Monumento (The Monument) which is right in downtown Sanitago and a very popular tourist destination! On clear days, you can overlook the whole city, or climb up to the top of the tour for an even better view! I hope you enjoy this city tour. Sorry for the shakiness....I really thought I was holding the camera super steady...nope! Who has been to Santiago before, or the DR (Republica Dominicana) in general? Comment below! - Instagram: @rebeccamillsss - If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as an expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey!
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Living Abroad in the Dominican Republic as an American | THE EXPAT TAG! [CC]
 
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What is it like living in the Dominican Republic as an American? I moved to the DR from the United States as a single female and wanted to make a video answering the "expat tag" questions after one year of being abroad. I am so interested in expat life in other countries, and am now documenting my own time in the Dominican Republic! Life abroad and moving overseas is an experience full of ups and downs, and I would love to hear about your own adventures as well! I got these questions from both: Charlotte Ryan https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgeVIcvHtez-AZcHFgs1A9g Wine and Rum https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf1uAv-WmrEOQSepC7W036w If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017! I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as an expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! Instagram: @rebeccamillsss
Views: 473 Mills Around
Day trip to one of my favorite places! Cabarete, Dominican Republic
 
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I'm a genius and realized that I didn't have a memory card in my camera right when we arrived at the beach, so this is filmed on my iphone X. I LOVE Cabarete! It's about 20 minutes away from Sosua and close to Puerto Plata. I visited with some friends a week or so ago, and put together a quick video showing off what the beach here looks like. It is a super popular place for water sports like kitesurfing, windsurfing, surfing, snorkeling, and more! There are a ton of great restaurants and cute little stores along the beach, mostly aimed at tourists. There are also many people walking up and down the beach offering souvenirs, massages, hair braiding, and food! Luckily, Cabarete is only about 2 hours from Santiago de los Caballeros, where I live, so it does not take too long to get there (especially if you have a fast driver haha) There are a lot of cheap hotels and hostels as well, and cool waterfalls and outdoor excursion companies offering awesome trips nearby. The tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Sony Alpha A6000 camera: https://amzn.to/2NmmOLh Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as an expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #americanexpat #dominicanrepublic #expatlife #cabarete
Views: 365 Mills Around
Best food spots in Santiago | Walking tour of Dominican neighborhood
 
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BUT SERIOUSLY WHO ELSE DOES THE ONION THING?! I didn't want to walk around with my Sony camera, so I filmed this one my IphoneX again. This is just some footage from a walk around my neighborhood here in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. You can check out what some of the houses look like here..we pass through Villa Olga. Also, I show you my favorite spot for smoothies, salads, healthy food, etc. which is a placed called Squeezed! I also got empanadas, quipes, and bolas de yucca at my favorite Dominican street food stand. Seriously..if you're here you have to try this place! Alsooooo there was an earthquake late this night! It was a magnitude of 5.2, but the epicenter was about an hour and a half away, so it was just shaking near us. Still, kind of scary to go to sleep after that! This is just another look at what daily life is like for me living here as an American expat. The tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Sony Alpha A6000 camera: https://amzn.to/2NmmOLh Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as an expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #americanexpat #dominicanrepubliclife #expatvlog #dominicanstreetfood
Views: 295 Mills Around
How to find legit online jobs with HIGH Pay! // Work from home!
 
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Hey! A few of you had requested more information on my online jobs and how I live as a digital nomad. Sorry it is a bit long, I wanted to cover as much as possible. In this video, I explain how I work remotely online while living and traveling abroad, some ideas on how to build your own online business, and several websites that I use, and have used in the past, to help me work completely online. The site I primarily get clients on, FreeEup, I review towards the second half of the video. (all sites linked below) Being able to work remotely has allowed me to be time and location independent, which makes living abroad much easier! I am continually trying to explore different methods for online work, but so far these have been quite successful for me. I hope this video helps outline my online work and gives you some ideas on how you can work remotely as well and make good money living wherever you want! Who else works online?! What do you do? http://freeeup.com/ -Site that I use now primarily, to find clients https://newyork.craigslist.org/ -I also use this one to find online clients or scout new opportunities. https://www.indeed.com/q-Online-Internship-jobs.html https://www.upwork.com/ -I don't use this anymore, but it is a popular freelance website to find online work https://www.linkedin.com/ -Make connections on LinkedIn, find online jobs, or pitch your services. https://remote.co/ https://weworkremotely.com/ Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as an expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #workabroadonline #onlinejobs #remotework #howtoworkonline #makemoneyonline #howtoworkremotely
Views: 554 Mills Around
A Day in Jarabacoa / Santiago, Dominican Republic | American Expat Life
 
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I put together this video while I made a very quick trip back to Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic, from Santiago de los Caballeros. I wanted to film a bit of the roads and driving up the mountain to Jarabacoa, a restaurant, and a couple visits with my friends that I taught abroad with. I also got to visit my friend's house in the campo that was beyond relaxing. Her adorable granddaughter will be starting school and is excited to learn English! Jarabacoa is a city located in the mountains of Republica Dominicana, and has waterfalls, rivers, farms, agriculture industries, and great tourist attractions, from horseback riding, to cycling, to white water river rafting. It's a beautiful place to be and is a very popular weekend destination. I hope you enjoy this quick vlog of my day. I sped up the driving parts, I wasn't speeding! Has anyone else been to Jarabacoa? If not, what is your favorite city in the DR? -- Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as an expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey!
Views: 373 Mills Around
5 things I HATE about living in the Dominican Republic...
 
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Hey! I've been getting some questions about what I DON'T like about living in the Dominican Republic, so I figured I would make a list of my top 5 things I hate since I've gotten some questions about that. This is not a hate video or anything like that, but like everywhere, thre are definitely pros and cons of living here. For me, there are more pros, but not everything is perfect. I want to be transparent on my channel and show everyone the good (and bad) of living abroad. If you are considering a move to the DR, maybe this will help you out a bit. Everyone has likes and dislikes, but these are common complaints I even hear from Dominicans. I have adapted to all of the things I list, so while they still definitely annoy me, they are not unexpected haha. What are some of the things you dislike about where you are living? Let me know! Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as an expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #liveabroad #moveabroad #americanexpat #dominicanrepublic #expatlife
Views: 426 Mills Around
CASA DE CAMPO villa tour! // Dominican Republic luxury resort🌴
 
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Can I pleaseeee move into Casa de Campo?! My parents came for a visit from Arizona (!!!) and we went to casa de campo in La Romana, Dominican Republic for 3 nights. It was so amazing! Once I heard Drake visits, I was ready to make it my permanent home. Jkkk but seriously we had the best time, and there is so much to do on the resort. We rented a house/villa for our time, and it was so cute! It was definitely one of the smaller houses on the 7,000 acre all-inclusive resort, but that's good because we're not millionaires haha. I will be putting another video together showing the resort and amenities, day trips and activities we did, beach, restaurants, etc. It was a beautiful time and I am so glad that I finally got to check it out! highlyyyy recommend a visit here. The tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Sony Alpha A6000 camera: https://amzn.to/2NmmOLh Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad as a female expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #americanexpat #luxuryresort #casadecampo
Views: 166 Mills Around
Isla Catalina, Casa de Campo vacation // Life in the Dominican Republic
 
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Casa de Campo is a beautiful luxury resort in La, Romana, Dominican Republic. We stayed 3 nights there during my parent's visit and it was such an amazing time! One of the highlights was a day trip to Isla Catalina, a very small island about 15 minutes from casa de campo. This video is a vlog style compilation of the whole trip and all of the activities, amazing food, and family time I got to have! I really feel so lucky that my parents were able to come visit me here in the DR. Casa de campo had everything you could want in a vacation, and i highly recommend visiting. A great part was that it was super accessible for my dad. It was a great trip and a highlight of my life here in the dominican republic. The tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Sony Alpha A6000 camera: https://amzn.to/2NmmOLh Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad as a female expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #americanexpat #vacationvlog #casadecampo
Views: 106 Mills Around
Why don't Americans speak 2 languages...?? [CC]
 
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Hey! Ever since I have been living in the Dominican Republic, I often think about how I SO wish that I was fluent in spanish from a young age. Many people I meet here speak 2 languages, and I think it's awesome! I wanted to share my thoughts on the lack of language classes that I experienced growing up in the United States, and WHY I think most American's are not bilingual. This is not meant to judge anyone for NOT speaking more than one language, just my observations and some statistics about this issue. I can't believe that only 1% of people in the states are proficient in a language that they learned in a classroom setting...what?!! I know that lots of Americans do in fact speak more than one language, so I am not trying to say that no one can, etc. I discuss some statistics I found while researching this video, and wanted to share them with you. I think it is so interesting that people in Europe, Asia, etc, are often required to learn (fluently) another language, but it does not seem to be as vital in the United States, maybe Canada as well? I would love to hear what you think and what your experience was like growing up-were you exposed to more than one language? Do you think it is helpful to speak 3 (or more) languages? I also hate to see videos like the clips i included where people are discouraging, and being super racist in the process, when encountering people speaking different languages in the U.S. The tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Sony Alpha A6000 camera: https://amzn.to/2NmmOLh Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad as a female expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #americanexpat #foreignlanguage #americanenglish
Views: 244 Mills Around
Driving in the Dominican Republic | My car got towed 👎
 
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Hey! Here is another look at what it is like to drive in the Dominican Republic, specifically Santiago de los Caballeros where I live (and some more Spanish!) Like I've said before, driving here is insaneeee. My car got towed from outside my apartment, and now I know never to have my tire on the curb again haha. It's also a good look into how things work here in terms of government offices and how nothing is streamlined-there's always somewhere else you have to go or someone else to get handed off to. Of course, it wasn't a super big deal because I was able to get my car back the next day, but I had to pay. Alsooooo... don't make fun of my spanish😂 I like sharing my various experiences of life abroad as an american expat, what it's like to live abroad, and how there's always pros and cons! The tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Sony Alpha A6000 camera: https://amzn.to/2NmmOLh Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as a female expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #americanexpat #drivingdominicanrepublic #expatlife #workremotely
Views: 165 Mills Around
What to Bring to Teach or Study Abroad! | Packing Essentials to Move to a New Country!
 
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Need help packing?! Moving to a new country? This video is a run through of some of the must have items to bring when moving abroad! I've lived abroad in the Dominican Republic for a year now, and struggled with packing so much before I moved. After being abroad, I know what are the most essential items I brought. What were your must have items for life abroad? Take the time to create a packing list before you teach or study abroad! I hope you find this video useful- sorry it's a bit long. Please like/comment if you enjoyed or have any must have items to add! If you'd like to see more, subscribe!:) Here are links to some of the products mentioned: MacBook Pro Adapter: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M3NOFXQ/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Small Backpack: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00OL52B4I/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Microfiber Towel: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01NAPEX2L/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Bug Spray with 100% Deet: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00TV2J5IG/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Outdoor Hiking Backpack: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00Z3IWVGK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s02?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Iphone 10 Foot Charger: https://www.amazon.com/Anker-PowerLine-Lightning-Certified-Charger/dp/B013JNUHR0/ref=sr_1_16?ie=UTF8&qid=1532996868&sr=8-16&keywords=10+foot+iphone+charger Takeya Water Bottle: https://www.amazon.com/Takeya-Actives-Insulated-Stainless-Fuchsia/dp/B071GF8Z3F/ref=sr_1_5?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1532996963&sr=1-5&keywords=takeya%2Bwater%2Bbottle&th=1
Views: 276 Mills Around
Living Abroad is HARD
 
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I hope you enjoy that MASSIVE MOTH in the beginning....I wanted to share that life abroad is not always a fun, easy adventure. In fact, living abroad or moving overseas is HARD! Even after living in the Dominican Republic for over a year now, I still have hard days where I just want to be near my friends and family in the US. I wanted to have an honest discussion/pep talk about what it's like living abroad and that some days are harder than others! I am still super grateful that I am able to live abroad of course, but I wanted to share that this is how I feel some days as well-and that's okay. For those of you who also live abroad and are expats- How do you deal with the days you feel homesick and wish you were back near your families? The tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Sony Alpha A6000 camera: https://amzn.to/2NmmOLh Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as an expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #liveabroad #moveabroad #americanexpat #peptalk #expatlife
Views: 261 Mills Around
Sirui 3T-35K Tripod Review | Sony Alpha A6000 Vlog
 
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To purchase this tripod, click here! https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Looking for a new tripod? I wanted to do an unboxing/test of my new Sirui 3T-35K Tripod for my Sony Alpha A6000 camera, which I use for all of my videos! I was using another tripod, but was unhappy with it and decided to test out Siuri based on seeing some very positive reviews. The price is a bit high, but It's super lightweight, portable, and has various folding/standing options. I needed one that can be used as a monopod to vlog and a tripod, so this one was perfect. Even better, I could get the smallest size, which still allows me to vlog with my sony alpha a6000. I wanted an option that I can film both inside, steady shots and while walking around or vlogging outside too. So far, it seems like a much better alternative to what I was using! To purchase this tripod, click here! https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as a female expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey!
Views: 122 Mills Around
How to Budget to Move Overseas and Live Abroad!
 
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This video is about the first steps to budgeting for a move abroad-including setting financial goals, budgeting, exchange rates, banking, and more. I talk about some of the financial aspects of preparing for a life overseas. I personally moved to the Dominican Republic, but this is a general video of the finances of moving to another country. I hope this helps if you are thinking about moving to a new country. If you have any additional tips or questions, please comment below! --- Good Resources for budgeting to move abroad: https://www.expatsblog.com/ https://www.expatfocus.com/blogs http://dr1.com/forums/forum.php https://www.expatsblog.com/blogs https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/ https://www.expatistan.com/cost-of-living https://www.oanda.com/currency/converter/ https://www.reddit.com/r/expats/ https://www.quicken.com/budget-calculator Subscribe for more videos about life abroad:) Flying High by FREDJI https://soundcloud.com/fredjimusic https://www.facebook.com/fredjimusic/ Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/RYgKd-6_Fc4
Views: 212 Mills Around
Female Solo Travel Trips // What you need to know
 
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Is it safe to travel alone? I wanted to share some of my tips for females to stay safe and protected while traveling alone! I moved to the Dominican Republic from New York as a single female, and quickly learned some helpful tips to make sure that I was/am as safe as possible. Traveling is such an amazing and freeing experience for those privileged enough to do so, but it's super important to make sure you are being smart and as safe as possible, both men and women.These tips can be applied to any country you visit or move to, and I hope there is some helpful advice in here for you! This is pretty much all of the things I do in the year I have been living abroad as an expat. Don't get weary of traveling alone, it is an amazing experience, and these things can happen near and far from home. It's just better to think about the what ifs beforehand! The tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Sony Alpha A6000 camera: https://amzn.to/2NmmOLh Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as a female expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #americanexpat #dominicanrepublic #expatlife #femalesolotravel #safetravel #solotravel
Views: 109 Mills Around
Dominican mom teaches me how to make mangu! | Expat life
 
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*Sorry the lighting is a bit yellow! It's the lighting in my kitchen. Also, we're speaking some spanish but I repeat most of it in english! My friend Chela visted me in Santiago! She lives in Jarabacoa and we met at the school I used to teach in. She immediately made me feel welcome in a place that I did not know well, and helped me adjust to life abroad and make each day at school better. She is my Dominican mom💛She ended up cleaning some of my apartment, there's no telling her no! hahah. She also taught me how to make mangu...pretty easy but I've never done it before, as well as porkchops (chuleta) Domincan's use a lot of plantains and meats in their cooking, so it's good that a learn a classic. It's so funny living abroad and having to learn things that are so easy for people here. I love learning more about other peoples' cultures, foods, lifestyles, etc. It's also so interesting to me that because the Dominican Republic is so small and family focused, many people use the exact same methods for cooking, cleaning, dressing, etc. I'm pretty sure everyone I have cooked with here teaches me the same way (more or less). The tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Sony Alpha A6000 camera: https://amzn.to/2NmmOLh Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as a female expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #americanexpat #dominicanfood #expatlife #mangu #cookinglesson
Views: 180 Mills Around
How to be productive working from home // Tips for Efficiency
 
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Hey! I put up a video a few weeks ago about how to find online jobs, high paying clients, and pitching. This video covers some of the tips and tricks that I use to stay focused, productive, and motivated while working from home / remotely. I think a big struggle of freelancers and those who work remotely is staying on task and creating a schedule that makes sense for them! Once you have an online job, you should definitely try out some of these tips to help you get more done and not feel overwhelmed with work. Having a work/life balance is so important, which can be hard when you never get to "leave" work. Hopefully some of these tips are helpful to you, so you can be more productive, and in the end make more money online! The tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2N21cn8 Sony Alpha A6000 camera: https://amzn.to/2NmmOLh Instagram: @rebeccamillsss -- If this is the first video of mine you're watching: Hi! My name is Mills and I moved from New York to the Dominican Republic in July 2017:) I just started this channel to document my experiences living abroad and as a female expat overseas, and would love for you to subscribe to follow my journey! #americanexpat #onlinejobtips #expatlife #digitalnomad #workremotely #productivitytips
Views: 85 Mills Around
Pros and Cons of Teaching Abroad // Dominican Republic [CC]
 
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Who else has/or is currently teaching abroad?! I wanted to give an overview of my general pros and cons of teaching abroad in the dominican republic. I spent one year teaching 4th grade in Jarabacoa, and they were lots or pros, and lots of cons. It was such a scary decision for me to decide to leave New York and move overseas to teach, but I am really glad that I did. Expat life is definitely interesting, and learning more about being a teacher overseas was a real growing experience. Let me know below your experience teaching abroad too!
Views: 49 Mills Around

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