I know, I know. It’s been awhile. For someone who wants to work in copywriting/content creation, I sure do have issues with keeping my own blog updated.
I think a lot of it comes from feeling that my life is really mundane at the moment.
I’m working a dead end part-time job that is severely underpaid for what is expected of me. That really doesn’t do much to boost the morale.
(Though it’s not all bad. Some of the kids are pretty sweet like the one who gave me a flower on her last day of class with me.)
My teaching days are not over, and I’m not just referring to the English lesson I gave in Bourguignon.
Now, that I am no longer “sans papiers“, I have the right to look for work and to work. I’ve been looking at job ads for months even when I didn’t have the right to work, and I’m currently in actual job searching mode.
Even before my appointment at the Prefecture, one of the potential plans I had was to apply at a language school where a few friends work/worked. In fact, one of my friends was quitting, so I knew they’d have hours available, so why not apply?
When I posted about our unplanned trip to Franche-Comté, I don’t know how I managed to do it, but I completely forgot to tell you about one of the best things that happened during our trip!
J’s mom works at the primary (elementary for Americans) school in Bourguignon (where J is from). We were chatting about the school and English lessons, and J’s mom brought up how disinterested some of the kids are in English despite the fact that their teacher loves English.
I joked that I should go in and talk to the kids. Continue reading