Hi All, I hope your week was amazing because mine was
First things first, my nook book recommendation for this week is called “The Book of unknown Americans: A novel” **Review coming soon**
I am moving to Bali!!! Vietnam was amazing, but honestly this commute was starting to wear me out and it was time for a change. I apply to another program in Bali, last month and because it is a really popular place, I was not expected to get a spot in the team. I DID IT! I have received my offer letter this morning and YOU are the first to know about it.
Teaching English abroad is often related to sharing a bedroom in the school dorm with another teacher and it is what my move to Bali entails. Of course, like everything in life it has its advantage and disadvantage. First the privacy is not always there especially that often you work the same hour as your roommate. On the other hand, it can help in case of loneliness to have someone that is always there to cheer you up… I want to be positive about this move, but my last sharing experience was terrible because I was teamed with probably the only women on earth that snore that horribly. Seriously, that was unbearable…. I suffer a lot during those 3 months, as I could not get myself to talk to her about it. I was always miserable and sleepy and I did not enjoy Prague at all. I recently though about her when my mother talked to me about a mouthpiece for snoring that she bought for my father after reading a Zquiet Review. I even though about sending one to her to save all her future roommate. Other than that she was a great friend and confidant and it is probably why it was so hard to talk about it, I did not want to lose what we had build.
I am moving at the end of November and I am trill about it and I wont let anything spoil my time in Bali. If something’s bothered me in Bali, I take the pledge to you to talk to her about it whatever the outcomes of it. I am an adult now and maybe those 5 years gave me maturity and has improved my communication skill. Lol.
My prayer for this month, I hope the women that I will share my room with don’t snore!