And I want to know the juicy details. I’m going to be honest; Teaching
English in a Foreign Land has been going for 19 months now, on average between
10,000 and 14,000 people look at what I’ve written each month, admittedly some
for only 5 seconds. I have over 1,000 followers on twitter, 125 likes on
facebook, and over 100 subscribers on email. So there must be people out there reading what I write. So what’s my point?
Well, it’s quite simple really. I want to know what you want to read
about. I want to know what to write about. I want to know how to plan my blogs
around having a baby boy. That’s right, Bazteach is going to be a father, poor
little lad; so daddy has to manage his time better, which is where you come in.
At the moment I write about the following (in popularity order):
Lesson plans and activities
Life as a TEFL teacher (reflections)
Excerpts from my book and travel stories
So what do I want you to do? Just leave a comment below saying what you
would like to read more about, or any other issues that you’d like tips and
While I’m here, I’d also like to invite guest bloggers to write on my
site. If you’re interested then just get in touch.
Thanks for reading!
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