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... easy! They have another guest next week, fun!
I completed my lesson plans (all 24 of them!) and attended a curriculum planning session held via Google Hangout. It was nice to "meet" the academic director and other instructors. This program definitely has fewer resources than previous ones I've worked for, but I think it'll be fine as long as I stay resourceful and flexible.
I've started brushing up on ...
... students had told me that she found it boring at times, but honestly, I NEVER felt bored. Maaaybe towards the end during 2 or 3 breaks, maybe. But I was constantly thinking, worrying, daydreaming. I found it really, really challenging to face ALL of my thoughts and just deal with them. I realized just how much I rely on other people and activities to deal with these negative thoughts and emotions.
For the first three days, we were instructed to ...
Oh today's yoga session was wonderful! The room was full once again (YAYYYY), and the ahjummas were so into it! I tried running it almost entirely in Korean with some English words and phrases. It was challenging and I got tongue twisted a few times, but I felt more connected! I think I'm going to try to incorporate a little more English-- find a good balance. I introduced two pranayamas (breathing techniques) and ran over like two minutes. I also had to cut the savasana short too, ...
... area and explained everything, then said he could make up the time once we are in the air. Our seats are fantastic! We paid for Economy Comfort and ended up in the front row with about three feet of leg room. Dinner wasn't very exciting. it was some kind of chicken and rice. None of us slept for more than 2 hours on the plane. I finished my book and started ...
After the dramatics of last week and having a trip to the hospital, this week has been a lot smoother if not more busy. Paul (my boss) took my stitches out the other day quite successfully which has great as the scar is smaller than I thought, whoop!
The first groups of kids arrived on Sunday, about 60 in all, with a number of outside groups coming onto ...