|Tokyo Tower - Like Blackpool Tower, only better!|
Since coming here I've been out of my comfort zone a lot, I've had to speak to random people to make friends, I've actually had to be social! But I've met some amazing people, and made some great friends. I've learnt that life is sometimes about changing and saying goodbye, and that nothing is permanent, and that if you're more open to opportunities they come your way.
|A face for Radio|
I've been lucky, I've done narration work for apps for English Learners and for some top secret project I can't even speak about. I had to sign forms like a responsible adult to prove I'd keep my mouth shut.
And some shameless self-promotion here, but for those of you who miss seeing my ugly mug, or hearing my messed-up accent, I've had the chance to appear in videos as an actor/presenter teaching English to Japanese people. WITH PROFESSIONAL MAKE-UP AND LIGHTS AND CAMERAS!!!!
(Don't speak to me, I'm a real actress now... who says fame doesn't go to your head?)
Anyway if you're interested in watching, you can check out my terrible acting here:
And if you want to see me presenting you can see that here:
It would be much appreciated if you were to follow the YouTube page!
Anyway enough of the shameless self-promotion, I guess really what I wanted to say was getting out of my comfort zone has made me a stronger, more confident person and I've changed in ways I didn't think I could. I recommend to anyone challenging themselves to do just one thing that puts them outside their comfort zone.
As my blog has been reborn I'm interested in hearing the feedback of those who have stuck with me, or any of my newer readers, so do you have any suggestions for anything you'd like to see or read about from me? If so let me know in the comments box, or reach out via Twitter or my new Facebook page.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you!