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007. "we are good friends"

I don’t like to talk about work too much on here, because in most cases it’ll just be me complaining about one thing or another. Not that I don’t like my job or living in Japan (I love it, actually), it’s just that as humans, we tend to dwell on the negatives instead of the positives. 680 more words

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Japan, the JET Programme and five ways a 365 project will make you a better photographer

Japan, enchantingly photogenic, my home and muse for a year. This final post is an attempt to reflect upon my experiences, to give them a full stop. 1,412 more words

Japan Travel Photography

February Update

It would seem that I have completely fallen off the bandwagon with this blog. I actually thought about deleting it a couple of times, but after a friend asked me when my next post would be, I thought why not continue? 573 more words

JET Programme

Japanese School Life as an ALT

I’ve spent a lot of time blogging about life in Japan and my experiences with cultural differences, but I realised that I haven’t really written about what I actually do when I’m at school. 1,695 more words

JET Programme

Epiphany

Epiphany.
While looking through http://shichijyuuni.com ‘s amazing blog, I found myself wondering why my life wasn’t as exciting as hers. Why wasn’t I as stylish? why couldn’t I keep up my blog so efficiently? 314 more words

Jet Program

Why yes, I will be having anabolic...

A note left for me in a 3rd year student’s English diary. I never taught her, but commented on her diary entries every week. This was her last entry to me before finishing up classes for the year (which ends this month for the matrics). 17 more words

Jet Programme

194 Days to Go...

Kyoto has been my home since August 2010, when I first moved to Japan as part of the JET Programme. In the following four-and-a-half-years I have amassed a lot of experiences but, sadly, have never taken the time to document them properly. 153 more words

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