Bring back an old “series” on my blog. I used to do a “Goals Four” post bi-monthly, but now haven’t posted one since October. During this time of uncertainty and a general feeling of loss, I thought it’d be nice to try and focus on small, achievable goals for the upcoming month of July. What is Goals Four? Basically, I list out my goals for (get it???) the months.
Specifically, I list out four goals I’d like to achieve. I also liked to reflect on the previous Goals Four post and mention things I did well. However, since this if my first post in several months, I’m going to stick with the bare bones and simply list out my four goals for July (my birthday month). If you’re interested in knowing about my Goals Four…. keep reading.
Marseille is definitely an underrated city. My first trip to France wasn’t the beloved Paris (although it is on my list) but to Marseille. It’s a coastal town that is quaint, charming and relaxing. Watch my video as I explore Marseille and see some amazing sights.
I went on an awesome winter break trip. During it, I spent New Year’s 2020 in the beautiful city of Prague. Check out my vlog where I explore Prague – the Charles Bridge, dancing house, St. Vitus Cathedral and more!
Check out one of my latest videos when I had to leave Spain and return to the U.S. because of COVID-19 and travel restrictions. If you don’t know, I was living as an expat in Barcelona and it was such a wonderful experience. Unfortunately it was cut short. But I hope I’ll be able to return soon.
Being an auxiliar (or language assistant) in Europe, I have an amazing opportunity to live in Spain, experience a new culture, learn a new language (or two) and travel around Europe. But it is not easy to afford travel as an auxiliar. We don’t receive lot of money and depending on which city you’re in and your accommodations, it’s even less. So if you’re considering going to Spain or another European country to teach English, read to see how to afford travel as an auxiliar.