…life in limbo isn’t all that bad

Cape Town, South Africa

When I came home from Australia in September 2014, it was 3 months earlier than planned. Plans! Who needs them? Everything happens for a reason. Everything always works out how it should. I’m a firm believer in this.

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TEFL Course: The first step to becoming an English Teacher in Asia

TEFL, thailand

Steven and I have started our 150 hour TEFL course. We are doing it with Global TEFL UK. They seem to be really organised and helpful. The course is our main focus at the moment. Then its Christmas! Next step, booking flights. We plan to be out of here (South Africa) at the end of February 2015. Off on the next adventure. I can’t wait to have Steven come along with me for the adventure. Traveling solo is fun although sometimes lonely. Traveling with friends is great. Traveling with a boyfriend, this is a whole new ball game ❤

I found this cool article about teaching English, and it’s pretty spot on. So Thanks to the Two Monkeys Travel Group for the post: http://twomonkeystravelgroup.com/2014/11/8-steps-to-succeed-as-a-travelling-english-language-teacher/