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  • The Best Parts of Teaching
    By Berenger G.
    I’ve been teaching English for a long time- not always in an organized fashion or in a classroom…but long enough to know the ups and downs of giving classes. What...keep reading
    2: The Nervous Breakdown
    By Kelsa S.
    A week before my flight, I started to have a deep appreciation for the things I had in life. For example, when I would drive my car, I would think,...keep reading
    1: The Preparation
    By Kelsa S.
    I've wanted to teach abroad for a couple of years now. I have never been so sure about anything in my life. This is surprising because I am extremely indecisive...keep reading
  • A Budaful Start to 2020
    By Alexandra K.
    Hey All, This past weekend I embarked on my first trip of the New Year to Budapest, Hungary. Not only did I meet up with an old friend whom I...keep reading
  • When the Going Gets Tough
    By Berenger G.
    Madrid, Spain: month five. A lot can happen in five months. For most of us, we moved to a foreign country in September, began work in October, coped with missing...keep reading
  • New Year, New Attitudes
    By Alexandra K.
    ¡Feliz Año Nuevo a todos! Happy January 2020 and New Year to All! Since I've last written, I have been quite busy with re-adjusting to living in a foreign country...keep reading

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