This is not a post about the vast, complicated English-teaching industry in Japan. This is about Japanese students themselves, and the behavior I’ve witnessed while teaching private lessons in cafes to students. There is one thing I simply can’t stand about teaching English privately.
Just when it seemed like things could get back on track I get the news that I’ll have to go into quarantine for most of cherry blossom season. Continue reading
Seeing my adenomyosis on an MRI was heartbreaking.
I have neglected my You Tube channel, blog, and social life for the past month and a half. I needed time to recover physically and emotionally. Also it’s cold outside and I hate the cold.
I have also enrolled in Japanese school.
There are ups and downs.
I’m going to take a break from blogging and everything for a little while.
On a beautiful sunny day, a few hours after we did a family photo shoot in kimono, everything turned into a nightmare.
As the Japanese say before the year changes, yo yo otoshi yo!
And after it changes you say, Akemashita Ometedou!
This Was My 2018
We graduated from our clinic. Finally.