The Present Perfect

This week I bring you Sarah who left my school last year after nine years in Budapest to move with her family to Lima. It was so fun to interview her and...

After a long hiatus, I am back with some great International Educator interviews lined up for you. First up is Emily who has been teaching third grade at Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS)...

Since I started telling people that I accepted a job in Budapest back in February, I have been met with many a blank stare from people who had no idea where it...

This week I introduce you to Richard who took his international teaching career back to the U.S. for a five-year stint in Alaska. Soon to make his way back south to...

In this installment of International Educator Interviews, Corey dishes on how studying abroad led to teaching abroad and what Mexico is really like. (Hint: He likes it so much he’s staying...

Today’s interview features my dear friend Jodi whom I met during my time in Beirut. Jodi is actually not a teacher, but a school guidance counselor, and thus has a unique...

This week’s interview is with fellow blogger Amanda teaching in Venezuela. She loves the country so much that she’s moving on to her second school there. After reading her interview, check...

In this week’s interview Andy and Steve talk about life as a globe-trotting teaching couple, balancing ex-pat life with family back home, and how they discovered just how small the international...

I’ve been highly anticipating Debra’s interview here this week since she is currently teaching in Budapest where I’m headed in just a few short months! I love how passionate she is...

Ever wonder what your options for retirement are other than moving to Florida? Silvana and Bruce, like so many teachers on the international circuit, decided to forego the “traditional” retirement options...