It was peaceful after the stress and the busyness from the Easter holidays. I had scanned and sent the necessary documents. It was GenkiJACS’ turn to take the next step. Here is a update of the roller-coaster week in: Dear diary, JLPT 3, interview, …
“One person has the gift
of being able to
read maps and find
the way, the other
just has the gift of
Trying to find your way in an unfamiliar city is not so easy. The first time I went to Japan I was a bit nervous. I didn’t speak the language and I couldn’t read anything. Also the stereotype image of Japanese people and their almost non-existing knowledge of English was running through my head. Before I departed I searched for tricks that could help me in case of emergency. These tips I want to share with you all. So this week I will talk about “how to navigate in Japan for dummies “.
Dear diary: 100 days to go
*TODAY IT IS EXACTLY 100 DAYS, UNTIL I LEAVE FOR JAPAN!*
I haven’t posted anything for more than two weeks. From one side I didn’t have a lot of inspiration but on the other side not much happened the past weeks. According to the school I just needed to wait until the principal contacted me for the next step. I waited patiently and tried in the meantime to earn a bit of money with my hobby. Everything went its normal way until just before Easter.
In my first blog post of the year, My plans for 2015, I mentioned my plans for starting a crowdfunding campaign. I started to make plans and was thinking of nice perks when I decided to inform myself about Belgian tax rules and crowdfunding. Because of what I read I have decided to not to go through with the crowdfunding project.
The people who have already browsed through my blog, have probably seen different titles here. For this week I decided to explain a bit more about my intention for this blog in the nearby future, in What and who is Usagi in Japan.