About me

I find it hard to define myself , but here goes: ♥

I love being creative; Crafts, Photography, Writing, Art, Design, Drawing. I believe its my way of escapism.

I own 7 Cameras that all do different things. (I want more)

People scare me because they are unpredictable.

I hide the fact that I am painfully shy really well.

It takes me a while to trust someone.

I don’t like being hugged and touched when I am upset.

I love old movies.

I don’t really like dance music, I cant move to it. (could be my fault)

I don’t like liers.

I love baking.

I don’t like sleeping with pillows.

I hate being in large crowds (Because people are unpredictable).

I am surprisingly accurate with a gun, even though I haven’t really been taught how to use one, nor have I picked one up much. (I should take up archery).

When I find something really funny my eyes always cry!

I LOVE tomatoes!

I am a very good judge of character and all my friends are awesome people, I am so glad that I have them in my life and I look forward to gaining more awesome people in my life.

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5 responses to “About me

  1. Jason

    !Saludos English girl in Spain!

    I’ve been thinking about doing a TEFL course and working in Spain for some months now and feel I’ve missed the boat and the also due to the fact of the current economical situation (= less students?). I’d be grateful and interested if you could shed some light on this for me.

    Enjoy Madrid.

    Greetings from cold and grey England.
    Jay

    • Jennifer Wilkinson

      Hey Jason,
      You have definitely not missed the boat. Spain is crying out for English Speakers!! You can get work as soon as you step off of the plane. The Spanish Government is trying to get all its people speaking English as they believe they will get better employment opportunities. As a result, lots of English teaching schools have been given grants. Some companies are better than others. But if you want to just come to spain, enjoy your environment and earn money then they are perfect. You really do not need a tefl or any other qualification.

      Hope this helps.
      If you have any more queries, then I will be happy to help if I can 🙂

  2. Jason

    Hi Jennifer,

    Thanks for your speedy reply. I’ll start looking at some TEFL courses as I know more about grammar in Spanish than English!

    Hope you’re enjoying your lunch.

    Jason

    PS I don’t want to clog- up your fab blog so please feel free to delete my correspondence, even before publication.

  3. Anna-kay Ellis

    Hi Jennifer,

    Are there any websites in particular that you would suggest looking at for teaching English? FYI I’m american so I’m sure the visa requirements will be different.
    I just recently bought a one way ticket to Lisbon for September but are exploring my options in Madrid.

  4. Lindsey

    Hi there,

    After reading your blog I’m kinda thinking thank god I’m not the only one! I too will be packing up my like in England and heading over to Madrid to teach English and live in the beautiful city. I go between pure joy and excitement to sheer terror! So maybe you could offer some advice, particularly on how to find a room to rent and find a job? Anything else would also be appreciated!

    Muchos Gracias!

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