Teaching English abroad is interesting. You get to experience a world different from the one you live in. You will discover that this planet is a home to different beautiful sceneries, cultures, and peoples. English is a language used universally and teaching it can earn you a ticket to an adventure of a lifetime. Continue reading
Before Joanne Hart went to teach abroad in Thailand, she spent 14 years lecturing and teaching Psychology at home in the UK. In her words, “I gave my life to my job and I missed out on those care free years during your 20s when people go find themselves and travel the world.”
She had lived and worked briefly in Mexico before starting her career, but life took her down a different path and left her with an itch she couldn’t scratch. After some major life events occurred, she decided that the time was right to make her dream a reality, to scratch that itch and to stop creating reasons why I couldn’t. Continue reading
Angie Remsen caught the travel bug at age 39 and left the U.S. for a job in Kuwait. After seeing what the world had to offer, she went to Thailand to teach English and eat her way through Southeast Asia. She is currently back in Florida where her latest adventure is navigating the U.S. job market so she can fund her future travels. Here’s her advice to those looking to follow her footsteps and teach English in Thailand.
I took a major gamble in 2012 when I applied for a transfer to Kuwait with the company I worked for at the time. I knew I was taking a chance because I had not lived outside of my home state of Florida. So here I was going 8,000 miles away. When I do things, I usually don’t do them halfway. Continue reading