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Should I Teach in China, Korea, or Japan? Honest Pros and Cons.

So You Want to Teach English in Asia? The most popular countries in which to teach EFL in East Asia are easily China, Korea, and Japan. Each one has its pros and cons with regards to the jobs available, working standards, cultural rules, and a hundred other areas you should be aware of. Having taught …

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How Phones Allow the Freedom to Work From Anywhere (Phones Are Good)

What would we do without our phones? Where would we be? How would we function in day-to-day life? Technology, as it has rapidly advanced over the last ten years, has opened up so many doors in terms of communication and work options. Many of our jobs can be done from anywhere and phones have played …

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5 Awesome Blogger Houses in Europe for Content Creators

Residences for bloggers and content creators are a relatively new concept in the tourism world, and they’re a testament to the tourism boards and brands who recognise the value of working with content creators to reach audiences they wouldn’t otherwise. They each provide incredibly diverse and immersive experiences in their host cities and they foster …

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Five Proactive Ways to Give Your Mental Health a Boost

As the old proverb goes, ‘sunshine all the time makes a desert.’ When it comes to our feelings and emotions, none of us can feel happy all the time and, actually, periods of sadness, anxiety, and other perceived negative emotions can help us appreciate the good moods when we have them. As humans, we have …

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Travelling with Anxiety and Depression: Our Story

The world is changing, and conversations around both travel and mental health are changing with it. In the West, openness about depression and anxiety is ever-increasing for women and men – right now, 3.4% of the world’s population have been diagnosed with depression, but that number is likely to rise as more and more of …

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4 Ways to Start Learning A New Language from Home

Learning a new language is equal parts exciting and daunting. Exciting because it gives us access to new cultures, makes travelling more fun and less stressful, and it exercises our brains better than pretty much anything else. And daunting because it’s time-consuming, stressful, and can cost a lot of money. The best way to alleviate …

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So You Want to Date an Oppa? Guide to Dating in Korea

Everything You Need to Know About Dating a Korean Man With the rise of tour sites like Oh my Oppa and the huge surge in the popularity of Kdramas, the idea of dating a Korean has become idealised. However, it’s handy to know that there are some key differences in dating styles between North America and Korea. …

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A Complete Guide to Living and Working in China

China is a wonderful place to live and work for so many reasons: its extensive cuisine, deep and alluring history, fascinating language, thriving economy, unparalleled natural beauty – the list goes on and on. it’s also a terrible place, politically, but that shouldn’t necessarily stop you from moving there (trust us, as angry liberals who …

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Why You Should Teach English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)

When we enter university at the age of eighteen, most of us fall into one of a few categories: some of us know what job we want and how to get it, and study accordingly; many of us follow a passion and see where it takes us, hoping for the best; and an unfortunate amount …

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Travelling as Partners: How to Be Stronger Together

Teamwork can be a challenge. Even those who revel in it and find the most satisfaction in it can fail, come to blows, and end up walking away. This is true in sports, construction, design, even writing. When it works, however, it’s gratifying and makes the journey more fluid and less frightening. In travel, many …

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