About

Hey there!

Let’s get down to some ice breaking, shall we?

Who am I? 

I am Ethan Miller, an online ESL instructor and EdTech enthusiast. Apart from being an educator, I am a freelance writer, an aspiring blogger, a struggling author, an animal lover and a part time social worker.

Why I blog?

Cliché – I’m a wordsmith, I’ve been stringing words together since the time I was in diapers, I do it because I love it, I’m a messiah of truth (wait, what?!). This blog is a result of my love for learning and a lot of other things you may not be interested in knowing. 

So, let’s just stick to the point, shall we?

Truth – The internet is a big, big source of knowledge, and it’s quite easy to feel lost with the wealth of knowledge available at our disposal. It can be frustrating to spend hours together on the internet, scouring through content to find just what you need.

This blog intends to make things easier for you by giving you access to no-nonsense tips and ideas.Why? Well, because I like the idea of KISS. Oh wait, don’t have any assumptions yet!

I’m referring to the KISS – Keep It Simple, Stupid! – principle. So, keeping things simple to help you write better is the basic idea.

Get out, mumbo jumbo!

What can I offer? 

From time-to-time, we all need a little help and inspiration – in other words, that little nudge – when we are at out wit’s end. This blog is intends to do just that – help you and give you just what you need to write better essays.

Apart from teaching ESL and maintaining this blog, I am open to writing guest posts for other edu bloggers out there! If you have any guest blogging opportunities, mail them to me at methan243@gmail.com.

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