After taking over a month off from writing, I thought I would give an update on what I’ve been up to. When looking back, I feel like there is really only 1 thing I have done that is worth writing about. One of the great things about living in Korea, besides the pay and free … More Gongju- City of History and Festivals
I’ve decided that I want to make this post a little different from my previous posts and be completely honest. Figured I should talk about my entire experience of living abroad as opposed to just the fun happy experiences that I usually get to have. For the past week or so, I have just been … More It’s Not Always Roses and Noraebongs
I’ve officially been in South Korea over 2 months now and the kids have mid-terms today. This means that 1/4 of my teaching for this year is already over! I can’t believe that and I sound like a broken record but time really does fly. The weather is starting to get nicer and we are … More Spring Is Here
One of the most difficult things when moving to a completely new place is trying to get back into a normal routine. Anyone that knows me is very aware of the fact that I always need to be doing something active- so much that I can’t even facetime people without constantly moving my hands and … More Staying Active
Last week I hope I was able to explain what life at school is like for a foreign English teacher, so now I will try to give y’all an insight into my teaching life. Even though I taught English before, it was a completely different experience than teaching now. The best part about teaching in … More Teaching or Winging It?