about me….   2 comments

Call me Cathy.  I taught English in Korea from March of 2010 to February 2011, and while living there, I traveled all over Asia.  I took a short trip to Kyoto, Japan in February 2011.  After leaving Korea, I taught English at the University of Nizwa in the Sultanate of Oman.  Later, I taught at Northern Virginia Community College, followed by a year at Sino-Canadian International College in Nanning, China.  From March 28-August 8, I’m going to teach English at a university in Japan.  You can see my blogs about my earlier teaching experiences here:

catbird in korea
a nomad in the land of nizwa
china diaries

me in Lalibela, Ethiopia in October, 2012

me in Lalibela, Ethiopia in October, 2012

I invite you to follow me here to learn about what it’s like to live and work in Japan.  I’ll be living in Sagamihara City, Kanagawa Prefecture. 🙂

Posted March 21, 2017 by nomad, interrupted

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  1. It is great that you get to travel the world while teaching! When I was in my twenties, I once played with the idea of teaching English (yep, as a Belgian :-)) as a foreign language abroad. It would have been a wonderful way to see the world and live in/experience places in depth. But, I found another way to do this now, and shifted my careers from teacher to writer. 🙂

    • Thanks so much for visiting, Liesbet, and I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to respond. I can never seem to keep up! Yes, it has been a fun adventure to teach abroad and travel extensively. You might have enjoyed doing it! However, I think I’d rather be a writer than a teacher. As a matter of fact, I’m hoping my teaching days are coming to an end. 🙂

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