The blog is about how a move like this can give you new insights in to yourself, your surroundings and the life you left behind. I try to link my new experiences to my work as a teacher but also what being in this vibrant country is teaching me.
About me: I I worked in the UK as a teacher for 13 years before packing up and moving to Brazil. This has been an amazing journey. I now work in an International school surrounded by children and adults from all across the world.
Stupidity is a talent for misconception. Or what I have learnt about Japan in 4 months.. 1. Vending Machines If you asked me what I knew about Japan before I arrived unfortunately I might have said, .”..don?t they have vending machines selling schoolgirls? used knickers?” Within in this one misconception lie many layers of ... Sat, 16 Nov 2013 04:08:07
Know that everything is in perfect order whether you understand it or not. I have always loved to read. I was the typical kid, hidden under the covers with a torch, reading until late in to the night. I was such a reading geek that I categorised my books and made them in to a library. Made library cards for every book, arranged them in alphabetical order. Borrowed […... Sun, 22 Sep 2013 21:28:39
?Who are we but the stories we tell ourselves, about ourselves, and believe?? I have been in transition, meandering my way across the globe. Fearlessly traversing the planet, I thought, as I was congratulated on my bravery. However, this courage was as real as the rich darkness of my hair. Fears hidden by naivety like the grey hairs covered up by Clairol Soft Mocha. I am not ... Wed, 28 Aug 2013 08:30:06