There are many ways to learn English, and it’s all about practice. We’ve created this teaching resource to help English learners and teachers alike. We want articles that give solid practical advice. These are things we’ve found difficult to research or tackles issues that we encounter as teachers. Ultimately we think these tips will better …
There is a full-time house sitting crisis. House sitters across the world are in the position of being homeless, including us. Without sounding either melodramatic or like we’re looking for sympathy (this is, of course, the danger of life on the road), it’s thrown the sitter world into turmoil. With nobody travelling, there are no …
As long term and full-time house and pet sitters, this is a guide on organising your house sit! Including an essential packing list, cheap travel hacks and advice to ensure you go in prepared.
A step by step guide to your new life as an international house and pet sitter – which websites to use, how to write a house sitting application and accepting your first sit.
Angloville is Europe’s biggest English language immersion program and I want to tell you exactly what it’s like to volunteer with them!
Mountain living to teaching English abroad, we have tried and tested all kinds of travel jobs to see the world!
Teaching English as an EFL or ESL teacher will involve dealing with some conflict. Here is how to recognise that conflict and how to combat it!
Teaching isn’t the easiest path to choose in life or to take on as a career to travel the world. Here are our truths about teaching ESL and the pros and pitfalls we have faced.
This is a guide to Bratislava’s best coffee shops, according to the locals who live here.
An open and honest insight into teaching English with anxiety.