✈️ Move Abroad 🌏
So you’re thinking of taking the leap abroad? Good for you – you’re in the right place!
From the tender age of 18 I got out of the bubble of my hometown to experience the world outside of my comfort zone. Since then I have lived, worked and studied in 5 countries across the world.
Click on the place you’re interested in to see all my posts about it:
All the places I write about I have lived and worked in myself so there’s loads of insider tips, recommendations and general advice on all the different aspects of life in that location!
All of my blog posts are part of a series specifically for each city. But if you really don’t know which city to go to, try my destination workbook to help you decide. →
⬇ Destinations ⬇
I studied and lived in Edinburgh for 3 years in the my early twenties which was an amazing time in my life. It is, of course, my home and despite my constant city-hopping Edinburgh remains to be one of my favourite cities in the world and somewhere I am always happy to return to.
Whether you’re simply craving a dose of Scottish accent, need a new Netflix binge or unique tour and travel inspo; this is your Ultimate Guide to stories filmed and
I moved here after the first wave of the pandemic in July 2020 for a new English teaching job . Little did I know we would have a second and third wave, but I am still here and enjoying my time nonetheless. Poland is definitely one of the more popular Slavic countries for tourists, yet still not a typical choice for Brits, so it was an adventurous choice for me and one I don’t regret at all. Another interesting culture and kind of people, I will be writing a lot about in the coming months.
From feeling totally lost with my career direction as a new graduate to where I am now, here’s what got me into tefl and how.
Latest posts by Robyn Kinghorn (see all)
- How to Become a Private English Teacher in your Dream Country Abroad - September 9, 2021
- Moving To Gliwice: Know Before You Go - May 3, 2021
- A Brief Summary of my 2 Year Journey Teaching English Abroad - April 2, 2021