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Teaching House Nomads Blog | March 2, 2021

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About Amy Butler

Amy Butler

Amy Butler

Amy snagged a CELTA from Teaching House New York in 2013 and since then has taught on three continents (and counting). Having a CELTA has made her dream of moving abroad possible, and currently she is slow-traveling through Europe. She loves getting to know students, wandering around cities, and trying to find the world’s best donut. You can check out her travel adventures and mishaps at The Wayfarer’s Book.
Amy Butler

Posts By Amy Butler

Interview with Susan Griffith, Author of Teaching English Abroad

June 6, 2017 | 2

How do you wade through the massive amount of information about finding and securing a job teaching English abroad? One … Read More

Five things to do on your Day off in New York City

February 27, 2017 |

In a city that never sleeps, it’s not difficult to keep yourself occupied. In fact, the biggest challenge with organizing … Read More

Thirteen Tips to Ease the Stress of Moving Abroad

February 26, 2017 |

Moving to a new country can be exhilarating, magical, and incredibly stressful. Not only are you trying to establish yourself … Read More

7 Reasons Why You Should Try Slow Travel

December 18, 2016 | 5

On a Tuesday evening in Novi Sad, when it had finally cooled to a tolerable temperature, I left my little … Read More

9 of the Best TEFL Blogs about Teaching in Asia

September 14, 2016 | 5

So you’ve decided to teach English abroad, you’ve signed up for the CELTA course, and now you’re starting to think … Read More