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Shopping in Taiwan

I love shopping in Taiwan and If you’re like me, there are certain times when I need some retail therapy. Maybe the clothes you brought are starting to wear out a little or maybe you need to find some gifts for friends and family.

6 Ways to Beat Teacher Burnout

Beating teacher burnout is tough, anyone who’s taught ESL for long enough has been there: You started out strong. You loved it and walked into class every day with a bounce in your step and joy in your heart. And then somewhere along the way, you found yourself losing that enthusiasm.

Meeting Friends Abroad: Taiwan Edition

Meeting friends abroad can sometimes be difficult at first. Leaving home is tough for anybody, let alone leaving your country to live somewhere completely different from anything you’ve ever known.

Teaching in Korea: The Easiest Transition Of Your Life

Teaching in Korea comes with so many benefits that you would be crazy not to consider this as a destination for you to teach in. Going from your culture to a Korean culture can actually be the easiest transition of your life. Ok, I know what you are thinking “easiest transition of your life? Yeah…
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10 Foods in Taiwan That Aren’t in Travel Guides

Here you will find 10 foods in Taiwan that you will not find in your everyday travel guide. Taiwan is famed for its food, and they truly are a food culture. You can walk the streets and find everything from the regular to the extreme. Take a look at these 10 foods in Taiwan that are not your average delicacy.

Top Reasons to Choose EPIK

Here you will find my top reasons to choose EPIK teaching in South Korea. After doing a quick google search, it becomes very obvious that teaching in South Korea is one of the best teaching jobs in the world. The benefits are much greater than any other teaching job in Asia and the world. More specifically, EPIK (English Program in Korea) is the crème of the crop.

Storytelling Classes

Storytelling classes can be a lot of fun, and very educational, if done the right way. When was the last time you heard someone regale an epic yarn? Do you remember those nights around the campfire telling scary stories? Or maybe it was a friend who told you a funny story about their last trip to the grocery store.

Tips for ESL Reading

Finding tips for ESL reading classes can be hard, so I have compiled some of my top tips to help. Have you ever opened a book, read a couple pages, and had your mind trail off to your to-do list? Maybe you put the book down for a while and tried to come back to it later or maybe it went right back on the bookshelf.