Beginning to Journal in Preschool | Teacher Tuesday  

Hey y’all! It’s time for yet another Teacher Tuesday! This week, I’m sharing a new project that I started with my class a couple of weeks ago. I thought it would be fun to have my students chronicle their thoughts  and reflections over this semester in journals. They’re 4 and 5 and not able to write yet, so […]

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Blue Taco | Gluten-Free and Vegetarian Mexican Food in Nørrebro

Hey y’all ! I’ve only written one restaurant post before on this blog. The first one was about a sushi place in Vesterbro over a year ago, and I’ve definitely been to more than one restaurant since 2015.  I’d love to write more about the interesting eateries I’ve stumbled upon in Copenhagen, so I figured I’d share this lovely […]

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What the World Was Like When My Students Were Born

Hey y’all! For today’s Teacher Tuesday, I wanted to do something a little bit different. Every single day, I look around my classroom and see 16 sweet little faces, and the oldest of these sweet little faces are 5 years old. Which means one thing…none of my students were on the face of this earth before […]

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A Tale of Two Health Cares: The US vs Denmark

Long post alert! So as I mentioned in a previous post, one of the biggest reasons I took a break from the blog this year was my health. I was battling an infection and other symptoms that my doctors just couldn’t seem to treat, and it was frustrating as eff. Thankfully after months (we’re talking […]

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10 Things I Wish I Knew Before My 1st Year in an International School

Hey y’all! Summer is 100% here now, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t still post something for Teacher Tuesday. I’ve officially survived my first school year at an international school, and I’ve made some wonderful memories with my first class. I wouldn’t change a single thing about the past 10 months, but there’s definitely […]

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