Month: August 2016

Teachable Moments

Teachable Moments

Today is my last day at my current school. I have been here for the last two and a half years and this is the place that has truly made me into the teacher, and person, that I now am. When I first started here, […]

Prepping & packing

Prepping & packing

Since I am documenting my journey toward a life in Kuwait as an educator, it is inevitable that I blog about packing up my life. Seriously though… how do you pack your entire life into two 20kg pieces of luggage? The walls of my apartment […]

Milk-shaking through KwaZulu Natal

Milk-shaking through KwaZulu Natal

Durban, my scenic seaside hometown, is known for its wide array of palatable foods…from bunny chows (a hollowed out loaf of bread filled with curry) to shisa nyama (barbecued meat), Durban is a melting pot of different cuisines with something to suit every palate. KZN […]

Saturday afternoon: picnic & Pokemon

Saturday afternoon: picnic & Pokemon

As I tumble deeper into the abyss of visa documentation, tying up loose ends at my current job and trying to cram my life into two suitcases (more details in the next blog post), its difficult to find time to have some ME time and […]

Kindergarten? Me?

Kindergarten? Me?

It’s the beginning of August and I am due to start at my new school at the beginning of September. In the meantime I am still awaiting my NOC (No Objection Certificate) from Kuwait and undergoing the medical tests while I gather up the rest […]


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