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Welcome! I am a British Freelance Writer and Educational consultant who worked in Bangladesh until December 2013. I also have ADHD.
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Tag Archives: education
Just catching up with life after enjoying a lovely time celebrating my birthday. It is good to get rid of last year’s fiasco of a life and hoping this next year in my life will be MUCH better. Before I … Continue reading
Following on from my last post detailing the planned closure of my children’s school and the need to home school them from this September onwards I had intended to write a post about the advantages of home schooling. However, that … Continue reading
It has been a rough ride since my family and I returned to the UK sixteen months ago. We left these shores in 2008 to live in Bangladesh and work as volunteers for a charity. My two children joined me … Continue reading
So our good friends who follow Life in Russia have gracefully allowed me back there to guest post about Sonali. It’s a good job there are kind people out there! In this post I look at little at the life Ria has in Bangladesh … Continue reading