I had certain expectations in me about what “life in England” must be like. Now that I live in the UK, I can tell you that some of those expectations have been fulfilled (the Brits really love tea) and some disappointed (but they’re actually not that polite, sorry-not-sorry). However, there are a few little things about living here that have taken me completely by surprise.
It’s strange to need to re-adjust to American life
Ten things about life in France that I will be happy to leave behind me
Getting ready to say “au revoir” has me reflecting on what I’ll dearly miss about France…and what I really, really won’t.
the most bizarre and amazing brain trick of all is a feature of conversation with fellow Anglophone expats, in which French seamlessly infiltrates English.
Five of my favorite travel moments from 2015
The experience was humbling, to say the least.
The Languedoc-Roussillon/Midi-Pyrénées region is a land of abandoned hilltop castles, distant snowy mountains, and glittery blue coasts
Springboard ESL ideas for various age groups
Packing for TAPIF (Teaching Assistant Program in France) is no easy task.