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April 2015
My name is Tina, and I was born in Northern Pennsylvania on Lake Erie. I have had the privilege of living all over the U.S. and experience culture shock within my own country. It is a very different place North to South, East to West!

Previous blogs of the month

March 2015
Iím Naomi, Iím from South-East London, UK, born and bred! I studied modern languages at university and am now working as an English teacher at the British Council in BogotŠ, and as a freelance translator and writer on the side.
February 2015
My name is Jodi and I'm an English teacher at a commercial high school in Japan. Iím originally from St. Louis, Missouri in the United States.
January 2015
My name is Anda Alexandra and I live in the magical city of Cracow (or Krakow, how the locals write it). I married a fine young Polish lad - if you cut any Polish person, you will see that not blood runs through theirs veins, but a genuine love for their motherland.
December 2014
My name is Stacey - most people call me Stace. I was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, in the heartland of America. I made the move this June to Queensland.
November 2014
My name is Becky and I'm originally from Kansas City, Missouri. I'm an art teacher (which, if you didn't know, are the rock stars of the teaching world). I love my job, especially the fact that it lets me meet so many cool people and see more of the world.
October 2014
My name is Mandi and I'm originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA. I first moved to Saudi Arabia in 2007 with my Saudi husband. We returned to the USA after living here for a year and a half, and then returned again to Saudi in 2011.
September 2014
I'm Cynthia from Seattle, WA, U.S.A. Moving to the Czech Republic happened a bit by accident. I took my teaching course in Prague at the end of 2012 and ending up sticking around Czech Republic afterwards - where I still am today!
August 2014
My name is Jenny and I am Canadian. I grew up in a small town in Saskatchewan called Hazenmore. By small I mean the census one year recorded the population at 47. I went to University in Edmonton, Alberta and stayed there for almost 17 years before I became an expat.
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