There aren’t many cities in the world that offer a lifestyle like “la ciudad de la eterna primavera.”  An English teaching job in this paradise location offers you the chance to experience something that most people will die dreaming about.  If you haven’t heard much about Medellín, it would serve you well to do some research on one of the world’s most innovative cities to see what you’re missing.  After reading about Medellín, if you are still not convinced that it’s a place that you’d…Continue Reading “5 REASONS WHY MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA IS A GREAT PLACE TO TEACH ENGLISH”

Hey guys!!!  Time to talk about my new project.  I just created a new eBook series called “Teach English Abroad Now” (check out my first eBook available for pre-order now at teachenglishabroadnow.com) in order to help people along the way to having the experience of a lifetime and to fill a major gap that exists in the market.  There are a lot of schools out there that offer English teaching certifications (TESL/TEFL/TESOL, etc) but almost all of them fail to offer significant assistance when it…Continue Reading “Revolutionary New Guidebooks to Find Jobs Teaching English Abroad”

Wow.  Buenos dias.  Como estamos?  Que mas?  What an odd feeling.  I am sitting in a cafe in my new hometown of Medellin, Colombia getting ready to head over to Universidad EAFIT where I will be studying to get a Master in International Business over the next two years.  Though I got accepted to this university about a year ago, it is kind of surreal that I am actually about to get started on this next phase of my life. I have had a lot…Continue Reading “Back to school! Voy a regresar a escuela!!!”

I am certainly overdue with a post on the blog updating my progress in Colombia.  I feel like I am finally getting settled into this wonderful country but it has not been without a couple bumps in the road.  Switching gears from my way of life in Korea, experiencing Indonesia for a month, and then plopping myself right into the thick of things in Colombia was a bit overwhelming, to say the least.  I have been studying at a private Spanish school in Cartagena for…Continue Reading “Nivel Avanzado???”