TpT Seller Challenge Week 2: Dare to Dream

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It's week 2 of the TpT Seller Challenge! This week we are blogging about our TpT dreams. I have been on Teachers Pay Teachers for a while, but have only been really active since about October. I am loving that it is keeping me in touch with teaching, since I stay at home now.

So, here are my TpT dreams:

1-- Get to know other teacher bloggers. I have started using social media more lately, and I am having so much fun! I really like following other teachers on Instagram to see what they are up to. It helps me keep in touch with the teaching world. Plus, I love seeing people from all over the country and how their lives and classes are similar to mine. So far I haven't really gotten to know anyone, and I would love to make some good friends through this TpT adventure.

2-- I have twins who are almost 2 years old. Before we had them, my husband had a 2004 Mazda 3 hatchback, and I had a 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer. I drove the Mazda for a while with the twins, and man it was cramped in there. We had to push the front seats all the way forward to fit in the carseats, and my husband and I are both really tall. Anyway, we finally got ourselves a minivan, which we LOVE. We got rid of the hatchback and are left with the Lancer, which is falling apart. Poor Preston came home today drenched in sweat because the air conditioner stopped working today. I really really want to make enough to afford a car payment for him. I am still not making much on TpT, but hopefully I will continue to grow and we can get him a new car soon. Fingers crossed!!

3-- I love, love, love to travel. We haven't been able to do much traveling, and I would love to be able to take my kids to fun and interesting places as they are growing up. There is so much in the world to see, and I want to see it all!

Those are my TpT dreams. I am slowly growing and getting more followers, and as I grow, hopefully I can accomplish these goals. What are your dreams?

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  1. One of the BEST things about TpT/Blogging is the community of teachers I have met and have the privilege to work with :)

    Sparkling in Second

  2. Hi Amy! Wow, 1-year-old twins! I think when you have really young children it's inevitable that the TPT journey will be slow. At least that's what I tell myself. It's so hard to get anything done when you're interrupted every 10 minutes. Best Wishes!
    Not very fancy in 1st


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