Laughing on the job

I love my students. I have taught a wide variety of ages, from 5 to 40 years old.  Almost all of them make a conscious effort to talk to me and participate in my lessons which I appreciate wholeheartedly. But … Continue reading

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30 things Korea taught me

As you know (or may not know), this is my second year living in Korea. For many reasons, I have chosen not to renew my contract and thus, will be leaving Korea for good next year. As I begin to … Continue reading

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It’s been a while!

“Sorry I haven’t blogged in a while, but real life has returned.” Ah, real life. That old fiend, in his many masks- work, school, family, friends, relationships…it all piles up, and something has to give. The thought that I haven’t … Continue reading

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Finding your feet in Korea

Faraaz: No Aneesa and I have not broken up. The reason I have been absent for a while is not because Aneesa was monopolizing the blog to brag about her trip. I was on lockdown attending an orientation. You see, … Continue reading

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