In theory you think: working in France, what a dream right? I’d say most people have a good TAPIF experience…I however, had a tough one. I know I know, it’s taken me awhile to talk about this but I definitely was planning on it eventually and I also just needed to get it out of
Here’s what language assistants should do before TAPIF and coming to France. If you have any questions feel free to comment below or shoot me an email I’d be happy to help. Have you taught before? Have you worked with kids before? Have you ever been in France for a few months before? Culture shock,
So you know with this blog I always want to tell things the way it is honestly and not sugar coat anything. Lately I’m been struggling with something. It’s life as an expat and adjusting to France for a second time. This is the cultural adjustment cycle. When I was a study abroad peer advisor
Paris. One of the top tourist destinations in the world. In my opinion it feels like a magical city and it’s even more magical during the holiday season. I moved to France for a semester abroad 3 years ago and finally my family came during my Christmas break to experience France for the first time.
Reflections on 2016 Ever since I had the ability to write I’ve had a journal or diary in some form or another, digital or physical. Ever since I’ve had one of those I’ve always reflected at the end of each year. I know I know…it’s arbitrary but who doesn’t like a fresh new start? Especially