Another interesting occurrence that I sometimes take for granted while at my job is my gender. Being female, I am afforded more liberties than my male colleagues. For example, when I want to enter my classroom, I simply open the door and walk through it. Before my male colleagues enter any classroom, they usually knock on the door and announce themselves. This gives the female students a chance to “cover” (or re-cover) if they so choose. What do I mean by “cover”?
Phew! Things have been a bit tense and serious around here lately. Let’s take a much needed break from discussing heavier things and share some comedy. Recently on Twitter, the lovely @Lekarmasucre asked me some questions about my job. I realize that I haven’t said much about work on the blog. Most of that is by design because… Well, I’d like to remain gainfully employed. While there are many, many things I will not divulge or discuss about my job, there are still plenty of things I can and most certainly will discuss. But before I do, let me give my general disclaimer: the contents posted on Livetravelmore.com are my personal opinions and do not in any way reflect or represent the opinions or positions of my employer or the UAE government. Ahem! Now, let’s get to it…
I’ve been back in the USA for 3 months and I’m ready to leave again.
If When all goes well, I’ll be off very soon on another adventure abroad. This time, I have my sights set on the Middle East.
A common theme in the stats, comments, Facebook messages and emails sent to LiveTravelMore is teaching English in South Korea. Instead of constantly writing what feels like the same responses over and over and over and over again for many people, I’m writing this post to help you and anyone else who may come along in the future. I will update it occasionally as new information is obtained that may be relevant.
The Wall Street Journal recently published an article about a $4 Million English Teacher in Korea named Kim Ki-Hoon. Immediately I said to myself, “He makes $4 million teaching English? Apparently, I’m doing … Read more