Working Wednesdays: Teaching English Online From Home

Working Wednesdays: Teaching English Online From Home

It feels almost unimaginable that we can now work online from the comfort of our homes as an English teacher. I remember back to my days at Tech in the 1990s when a guy at Tech got a pager for the first time. A pager you say? You even forgot they existed right? That was Read more about Working Wednesdays: Teaching English Online From Home[…]

free TEFLs in China

FREE TEFLs!! Get Your Free Certificate and Teach English in China!!

Yes that’s right I’m offering FREE TEFLs today on Don’t Stop Living. You can get a FREE TEFL and start a new life and a new career in teaching English in China. It’s all organised through the FREE TEFL service. I’m pretty excited to be helping to promote this – you’ll know one of the Read more about FREE TEFLs!! Get Your Free Certificate and Teach English in China!![…]

Jonny Blair in Bournemouth

Working Wednesdays: The Easiest 5 Jobs to Travel The World With

Through my years of working and backpacking around the globe I’ve built up a wide and varied range of work experience. I’ve managed to find a job everywhere I’ve wanted one and this is mainly through hard work, a bit of charm and experience in the types of job that are easy to find as Read more about Working Wednesdays: The Easiest 5 Jobs to Travel The World With[…]

graduation picnic

Working Wednesdays: K3 Graduation Picnic and Day of Sightseeing on Hong Kong Island

Today’s Working Wednesdays is as recent as a “WW” on Don’t Stop Living has ever been, as it happened last week on Friday 21st June 2013. Having been based in Hong Kong for the last two years or so of my nomadery, this has seen me take on about 5 or 6 different jobs, the Read more about Working Wednesdays: K3 Graduation Picnic and Day of Sightseeing on Hong Kong Island[…]

st. patrick's school po kong

Working Wednesdays: Working in St. Patrick’s Catholic School, Po Kong Village, Hong Kong

“Is this a kind of dream?” – Art Garfunkel. It’s time for yet another installment of Working Wednesdays. I’m not shy of admitting my background on here, or to anyone I meet on my travels. I’m Northern Irish. And I’m a Northern Irish nationalist at that. I’m also British due to the UK’s ownership of Read more about Working Wednesdays: Working in St. Patrick’s Catholic School, Po Kong Village, Hong Kong[…]

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A Guide To Teaching English in Hong Kong

Thinking about escaping the boredom and mundane-ness of your home town, village or city? But not sure where to go? Here’s a piece on how YOU can move to the skyscraping metropolis of Hong Kong and teach English! A quick guide to teaching English in Hong Kong, all from four years of my personal experience Read more about A Guide To Teaching English in Hong Kong[…]

teaching English in Yuen Long Hong Kong

Working Wednesdays: Teaching English in Yuen Long, Hong Kong

  By the end of 2011 I had worked in 3 schools in Hong Kong as an English teacher. I always like to pick up extra work on my travels and I got the opportunity to work on Saturdays at a Primary School in Yuen Long. I like the charm of Yuen Long – I Read more about Working Wednesdays: Teaching English in Yuen Long, Hong Kong[…]

English interviews in a Buddhist School in Yuen Long

Working Wednesdays: English Video Interviews in a Buddhist School, Yuen Long, Hong Kong

I haven’t mentioned much about teaching yet on Working Wednesdays, despite having worked in about 10 different schools, but it’s a regular feature so there will be plenty to come. These teaching jobs have been wide and varied ranging from Kindergartens to Joint School Events to Primary Schools to Buddhist Schools to Private Tutoring, all Read more about Working Wednesdays: English Video Interviews in a Buddhist School, Yuen Long, Hong Kong[…]

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