Life is Good!

Life is Good!  

I have a confession to make. Six months ago, I didn’t have a  LinkedIn account. I didn’t know the difference between WordPress and Square Space. SEO!?! But as a teacher, I’ve spent my professional career taking big topics and breaking them down into small bite-sized chunks that students can understand. If you’re looking for someone who can take a high-minded concept of commercial real estate and break it down into simple, manageable bits of information that your customers and millions of potential customers can understand, keep reading.

Six months ago, I didn’t have a  LinkedIn account. I didn’t know the difference between WordPress and Square Space. SEO!?! But as a teacher, I’ve spent my professional career taking big topics and breaking them down into small bite-sized chunks that students can understand. If you’re looking for someone who can take a high-minded concept of commercial real estate and break it down into simple, manageable bits of information that your customers and millions of potential customers can understand, keep reading.

As a teacher, I’ve spent my professional career taking big topics and breaking them down into small bite-sized chunks that students can understand.

Up until June 20, 2017, my professional career was in the formal and informal classroom.  Prior to aliyah, I worked as the Student Activities Coordinator at YUHSG and taught Judaic subjects. After making aliyah I retrained as a certified English teacher and spent five years in the Israeli elementary public school system.

This past year, I was privileged to study English literature and grammar with sophomores and juniors.  I spent hours brainstorming, planning and implementing lessons, with the intention of fostering a love of learning within my students.

The Pivot

This past February, I began my exploratory process into the fields of content writing and marketing. Teaching prepared me well for these positions. Lesson plans turn into content calendars while frontal classroom teaching transforms into employee advocacy training. My innovative teaching techniques, such as flipped learning, evolved into social strategies that drive engagement and help meet marketing goals.

My passion for marketing, writing and discovering the latest technology have all led me to my new career as a digital manager.

@Digital Manager

Currently, I am working as the social media manager for Family First Home Health Care, an eldercare registry located in Miami, Florida. My days are spent writing and editing weekly blogs, creating fresh, relevant social media posts, reaching out to influencers worldwide and engaging with my online community.

 @High Energy Mom

Suffering from FOMO, I am constantly on the go, dragging my kids with me as we try to capture every opportunity.  I hope this blog will capture some of our fun times!

 

@BiggestLoser

Stay Tuned….

@DreamHome45

Stay Tuned….

I hope that you will continue following my adventures.

5 thoughts on “Life is Good!

  1. More Backlinks = Higher Rankings

    If you’re a regular reader of my blog then you’ll know that I’m a huge proponent of link building.
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    The chart quite clearly shows a gradual increase in the number of backlinks that a webpage has
    as you move higher up page 1 of Google.

    One of the traps that I often see people fall into is
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