Teaching, in general, can be a daunting and stressful career path. But, regardless of how your situation may be if you are ever stuck in a rut and not sure where to turn next check out these five ideas to spark some creativity.
We all make mistakes. They are inevitable in life, and let’s be honest – you can’t be old and wise without being young and crazy first. When I first moved to España to become an English assistant with the Ministry of Culture; I made so many mistakes, I kid you not. So many. I was a mess, a destruction of a wreck, I did almost everything wrong. But, thankfully (somehow) it turned out alright and I ended up falling in love with Madrid. Luckily, you have me to help spell out all the mistakes I made so that you can avoid them.
Teaching English as a second language in a new country is a great way to explore a new culture, travel while earning money, and gain a new experience.
little country, big beauty Andorra is a tiny little country wedged between Spain and France in the Pyrenees mountains. Although this country is only 467.6 km² in size, it is busting with big … Continue reading Andorra
Sometimes living in a hustle and bustle city such a Madrid, you need to get away from all the excitement and take a breather. Toledo is the perfect place to … Continue reading Toledo
Every March, Valencia hosts the Festival of Fire that (literally) lights up and heats up the entire city. Traditionally speaking, Las Fallas is a time to honor the Saint Joseph, the … Continue reading Las Fallas de Valencia
Hidden away on the eastern coast of Spain Valencia is often not included in many travelers itinerary, however this Mediterranean secret is well worth a wander around. It happens to … Continue reading Valencia
Sevilla is easily one the my favorite places in Spain and I can guarantee you I am not the only one that thinks so, once you have wandered the cobbled streets of … Continue reading Sevilla
Malaga is like the mini version of Barcelona, a prefect weekend getaway to escape the city life and soak your toes in the sand while munching on some fried fish.
A weekend filled with exquisite architecture, the best of Gaudi, tapas, tapas, tapas and sangria and my dad!
Ibiza the island of A-listers, night clubs that last past sunrise, boat parties, extravagant dinners and endless rounds of shots; the Las Vegas of Europe and something that you need to experience once in life. But it is so much more than a party island, it is filled with sandy beaches and clear blue water, delicious seafood and breathtaking sunsets.
Since I was a resident of Spain for two years, I have decided I needed to create a bucket list to make sure that I engulfed every aspect of the … Continue reading Spanish Bucket List