Meet my friend Sarah. As seen on CNN Money. Yep, she’s that cool. Sarah wasn’t finding a teaching position in the U.S. so what did she do? She said ‘Peace out states’ and headed to a country where she knew one person. Hello bravery!
Sarah will be teaching literature in Kuwait for a two-year commitment. She’s someone we always knew would find her way to a teaching opportunity abroad – she lives for new cultures, people and experiences. And because of that I consider her a “student always.”
What I’ve learned from Sarah:
- You can’t let the situation define you. If life isn’t playing out as you had hoped, don’t give in. Create the situation you imagined.
- Technology takes away the distance. (Through Facebook, email and text messages I feel like we’ve talked our standard amount for the last week.)
- Jump into the unknown. Forget a comfort zone. Your experience and confidence in your abilities will help you land on your feet.
I’m excited to follow Sarah’s adventure over the next two years and looking forward to sharing a guest post from her soon.
What have you learned from time abroad? Could you pick up and move to another country like this fearless gal?