2015 was a pretty good year for me. I completed my first contract abroad, got a new job in a new country, met some wonderful people, made some nice memories, travelled a little, and ended the year at home with my family.
The last quarter of 2015 was challenging — relocating, adjusting to a lot of new things, disappointment over the cancelled YLE course, and basically just burning out — which has resulted in very few blog posts, but many lessons learned. Overall, I have no complaints.
As always, I am hopeful for the new year. Two important career milestones to look forward to in 2016 are the IHCYLT qualification (end of April) and two years post-CELTA classroom teaching experience (first week of August). Lots of hard work ahead, but I am preparing myself for the challenge.
Positive vibes for 2016. 🙂