Category Archive: ESL

Q&A – Cell Phones and ESL

February 25, 2010 11 Comments »

I get many emails from travelers all over the world asking me questions about my travels.  Here are some of the recent ones that are great to share with everyone!  If you have a question, don’t hesitate to ask! Q:  from Dave – Brooklyn I came across your blog and was very impressed by your […]

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Q&A – Cell Phones and ESL

February 25, 2010 11 Comments »

I get many emails from travelers all over the world asking me questions about my travels.  Here are some of the recent ones that are great to share with everyone!  If you have a question, don’t hesitate to ask! Q:  from Dave – Brooklyn I came across your blog and was very impressed by your […]

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Am I a Wandering Educator?

March 7, 2009 1 Comment »

I was recently contacted by a website to do an interview.  To my surprise, the website was www.wanderingeducators.com .  Am I really an educator…am I wandering…hmmm – I never really thought about it like that.  I just thought I was running away from ‘real life’ and trying to make enough money to live! As you all know […]

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Teacher – Teacher!

February 7, 2009 19 Comments »

I’ve been teaching ESL now for 5 months and it’s had it’s up and downs. It’s honestly a lot of work, but it does get a bit easier once you’ve been there for a while. The prep time is reduced, and you learn that you simply need to stay a step ahead of the students. […]

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A Little Shout Out

January 29, 2009 1 Comment »

I recently recieved a little recognition from one of the volunteer companies I worked with in 2007.  Cross Cultural Solutions chose me as their ‘Alumni In Focus’ for their newsletter.  I was rather stunned, but I think they wrote a very nice article that highlights some of the high points of my volunteering with them.  […]

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Yesterday…In my Normal Life

December 19, 2008 5 Comments »

I had a funny little day yesterday. The scary part is that I’m starting to believe this is normal for my life in Vietnam. My definition of normal has slowly changed over the last three months. I often wonder what my friends in the US would think…is this normal? I will let you be the […]

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A Holiday for ME!

November 23, 2008 No Comments »

It’s nice to know that other places around the world invent holidays for the flower industry. I have just experienced my first Teacher’s Day in Vietnam! November 20th is a major holiday here in Vietnam; Teacher’s Day. Granted – you don’t get the day off of work, but it is well celebrated. In fact, it’s […]

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Bringing Home the Bacon

October 25, 2008 4 Comments »

  There’s a reason it’s called Work. Work is still work. After two years of being out of work, my mini retirement has ended for a while. There’s a part of me that is happy that I have a place to settle for a bit, however there’s a larger part of me that would rather […]

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