Given the extent of Covid-19 in the US, many people are now working from home. Some people are holding meetings over video, venturing into online interviews, etc. It's been a bit of a learning curve for me in terms of clothes. Dressing up at home is a strange concept to me, since prior to covid-19, … Continue reading What to Wear (Working From Home)
Note: All Airinum masks are currently sold out but there's an online waiting list for July/August. I recommend following up with a customer service email because sometimes customers cancel their orders. Below, Medium developed a handy illustration based on the values in a 2007 peer-reviewed study on hand-made face masks (though with fewer participants than … Continue reading Review: Airnum Urban Air Mask 2.0
Woe is the state of dress codes in education. For teachers and students. To be fair, I have had my lazy days of track jackets and sneakers as a teacher. It was a poor look and I resembled like a P.E. coach. That or a kid going for a run. For their own credibility, young teachers should … Continue reading Teachers Leave Those Kids Alone!
It's so tempting to dress down as a school teacher. Often times, sloppy clothing just blends in with students and other teachers. Vague dress codes don't help, either. In the most casual instances, most male teachers get away with wearing a T-shirt, cargo shorts, and flip-flops. But there are many more ways to feel comfortable … Continue reading What Should Teachers Wear?