So a few things have been going on lately I wanted to mention. First, go over to Travis Lee’s blog to check out an interview with yours truly. He asked some good questions about my time in China and the changes I’ve seen. It’s kinda nice to remember how things were
So I was a little hesitant to write this blog post because it seems a bit braggy. But objectively, it is an interesting (and unexpected) part of blogging, and it’s been happening so much to me lately, I thought I would address it. It’s not secret I date Chinese guys.
I know based on my last few post you’ve probably been thinking I’ve been only eating and playing. And while I have, no doubt, I’ve also been busy with writing and teaching. In fact I’ve got a few exciting things to tell you. Writing First, I wrote a guest blog
Christmas is over, the semester is wrapping up, time for a year-end wrap up! Chris Guillebeau, over at the Art of Non-Confomrity advocates doing a yearly review to keep track of all the things you have accomplished in the past, and all the things you hope to accomplish in the upcoming
I wanted to briefly tell you about some websites that I’ve recently become a part of that are good resources for those of you who are interested in all things China, or are interested in teaching English in China or elsewhere. My blog was picked as a favorite at Go!
I’m not such a big fan of carnivals in real life (they’re expensive and kind of depressing) but I sure do like a good blog carnival. And what makes a good blog carnival? Why, one that features me of course! 🙂 So go check out this greatÂ carnivalÂ hosted by Travelogged. This