A little about me

I was raised in Northern Ontario, Canada, but for the past twenty years I made my home in or near Vancouver, British Columbia.  Since 2009 I have split my time between working in Canada, volunteering in Iceland and living in Prague.

In the spring of 2013 I completed my TEFL certification at The Language House in Prague, read my posts or message me if you want to know about my experiences.  After almost two years of teaching for two schools and numerous private students, I decided to return to Canada.

Early Spring 2014 will bring my return to Europe and to Prague – watch my blog for updated information.

rblairlynch (at) gmail (dot) com

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One response

  1. Hi, I only recently found your blog so I haven’t read too many posts yet, but from what I can see i think you might be interested in this…

    The reason I’m commenting is I have started a new weekly feature on my blog called Mixed up Mixtapes where each week I choose a theme (based around life living and working abroad) and I pick 5 songs that sum up that theme for me, sharing them in a blog post.

    Basically I’m reaching out to other bloggers out there and inviting them to make their own Mixed up Mixtape post based on the theme. This week’s theme is homesickness…

    http://cornishkylie.com/2014/08/09/mixed-up-mixtapes-homesickness/

    If you are interested, feel free to make a post and just put a link back to my post somewhere and use the tag: mixed up mixtapes. I will be sharing other people’s contributions so you will likely get some extra visits from the followers of my blog 🙂

    Thanks! Kylie

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