Saturday, April 28, 2012

I am TEFL, and so can you!

Nowadays, there are three questions I am asked on a weekly basis that make me giddy like Christmas morning: Where can I find some good cupcakes around here?... Wanna have a picnic?... And, my most favorite, How can I travel and teach in Spain too?

  • Happy Day on Calle del Espiritu Santo.
  • Always.
  • One word: TEFL.

If you've thought about teaching in Spain - even for a second - I know it may seem daunting at first. How the hell would I make that happen? Well listen up because I'm going to tell you in this blog post that I wish had existed for us ten months ago. While there are many paths to the same destination, here is our path, which has been a successful and enjoyable one. This is what you need to do:

Saturday, April 14, 2012


Just a little roundup of what's going on lately. Teaching, Madrid and our friends have all been fantastic. We're just coming off an amazing "spring break" (I guess you could call it?), which is Semana Santa here in Spain (or, Holy Week). We've still got love, and yes we're still traveling.

Chicken veggie fried rice

My bitchen may only be as big as your pantry, but it's been quite busy these days thanks to inspiration from a little website called Pinterest. I'm addicted. But I think it's the most productive kind of social web surfing (if that's even a thing) long as you actually DO some of the stuff you pin. I've got a long list of recipes to try including: s'mores pancakes, sweet potato burgers and cauliflower tater tots (I know, right?).

Let's not even get into the crafts...
Easter eggs with Rachel

We've been lucky to have so many people come visit us so far! And even more