Basically the same as pretty much everyone else is doing – minus learning to knit sweaters and bake bread from scratch.
(At least that’s what the Madrileños say.)
Or Cmd-Z on a Mac, of course.
Becoming autónomo isn’t as hard as you might think.
More than 18 apartments in 18 years.
And stunningly nice views over the Bay of Santander.
And didn’t look back.
It was a really good year.
“Lover, you may cause me tears, drag me through the best of years, but I love you so.” -The Staves
And she’s off… again.
A cheesy note of gratitude.
Long story short, it’s depressing.
Loving life in the town of Castro-Urdiales.
So many places.
Stretching that auxiliar stipend to the max.
Because life abroad isn’t all terrazas and sunshine.
How living abroad challenges you to the core
So much to learn, so little time.
Normal for life in Spain, at least.
Things pretty much every first-time auxiliar de conversación goes through.
Things I’m loving in my Euskal Herria life.
And what’s the deal with 31 de agosto?
(The “I should have bought a luggage scale” edition)
All those pesky “what-ifs”
…is finding out where you got placed in Spain.
Language Assistant, for those who don’t speak espanish
First step: decide to go. Next step: make a plan.