What’s it like teaching English in Italy?

My answer to What’s it like teaching English in Italy? Answer by Enna Morgan: photo: enna morgan, Roma, 2001; St Peter’s Bascilica in background Thanks for the A2A, Alket & Sean Sorry to say, but I did not teach English Read More …

 

New York on a Budget

Yes, oxymoronic, I know! New York is not the kind of place you visit if your coffers are shallow, but trust me when I say that it really is possible to enjoy the city without breaking the bank. So yes, Read More …

 

THE TRAUMA OF LOSING WEIGHT

No, no, no! calm all that down, I am not losing weight….barely have anything to lose; I am downsizing…….stuff! In keeping with my mantra and ideal of ”traveling lite,” I have decided to part with my beloved (but not much Read More …

 

Are you culturally savvy?

Many years ago, there was a cave man and a cave woman, and their cave friends. Their vocabulary was very limited: uh, duh, boom-boom, and ugh. By and by, they progressed to what they called modern society, and their language Read More …

 

Deconstructing tango

Over my nascent tango dance life, I have been asked very often by many, men and women, about my path to tango, the classes I’ve taken, and how I have acquired my skills. The knowledge and my approach that I Read More …

 

The Sphere of Cognition

There is a thin line between love and hate, and it is called perception. If our cognitive spheres intersect and we inhabit the same mental space, we can communicate, but when one of us leaves that sphere, we cease to Read More …