If you have ever been a part of a program that allows you to teach abroad, you know the struggle. You work hard, for very little pay, and are somehow supposed to survive out there, 5,000 miles from your family and on your own. This has been the experience of almost everyone I have ever spoken to about teaching English as a Foreign Language abroad and I don’t see that changing anytime soon. Continue reading “How I Make Money While Living Abroad”
Paris has been long considered one of the most romantic cities in the world for more than obvious reasons. It’s the city of beautiful people (many of them look like Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet and it’s horrifically unfair to the rest of us gargoyles) and most importantly it is the city of wine, cheese, and bread- if that doesn’t scream romance at you then you and I are not romantically compatible. Which is fine, because that means more bread and cheese for me. Continue reading “How to Do Romance in Paris (on a budget)”
I posted this in last week’s version of the Present Perfect, but I wanted to give this post its own highlight because I am more than a little proud and I think it is good content. I may be biased. I currently have an internship over at Rue Rodier and I have been working on a few writing projects with her over the last few weeks and one of them is finally live!