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When You Realize Just How Small the World Can Be

I am not sure that this is Today’s Perfect Moment, but it certainly deserves a bit of reflection. I work at a private ESL school in Toronto.  Our clients come from all over the world to study English from 2 … Continue reading

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Powering the Swiss Army

I should look upon my job as putting me in a fortunate position. Despite a love of travel and exploration, I am given the opportunity to find insights into cultures without leaving home and experiencing them.  The students themselves bring … Continue reading

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Learning While Teaching

  My students come from places all across the globe.  They come from big cities and small towns.  They come from warm climates, humid climates, dry climates and climates that are not too dissimilar to my own.  They come to … Continue reading

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