“You have a postgraduate degree, this TEFL is not a big win, it’s a lower qualification, what if people now think less of you.” ..
My 15 year broken-record-list of: “Should I do a TEFL? What is the best TEFL. Will it be too hard? Will it be worth it? Is this TEFL course a scam?” I considered all of these and this is my experience:
A few thoughts about why you are not allowed to record Clubhouse turned into a stream of consciousness on why you should self censor what you say on Clubhouse, China’s Social Credit System and Facebook being perhaps (un-) surprisingly similar and right at the end Sweden’s Klarna.
I hired an illustrator on Fiverr for $12, would I do it again? You’ll have to tap to find out.
I discovered Roads and Kingdoms as I was looking up Anthony Bourdain’s body of work left behind. I was trying to find out who edited the intro to Parts Unknown, his travel & food series. The introduction is so multilayered and absolutely amazing, if you haven’t seen it ever and are interested in seeing a great (really great) video edit then click. (The intro sequence that I am referring to always starts about 60 seconds into the beginning of each episode.) But back to Roads and Kingdoms, we can talk about Anthony Bourdain again soon. Roads and Kingdoms in their own words: “Roads & Kingdoms is dedicated to a simple idea: the more you know, the better you travel. We use talented local journalists, deep storytelling, and the good things in life—food, music, booze—to inform and inspire about destinations around the globe. R&K won the 2017 James Beard Publication of the Year award and is a winner of SATW’s Best Travel Journalism Site award. We focus on useful information for armchair and aisle-seat travelers alike. The late …