The one where I dig out old videos of me talking to my laptop about the very first day of my job at a public Jr. high in rural Japan and all the cool things that seemed new and different from my life in southern California (that now seem completely normal to older Kendra).
The one in which I describe the training that I was sent to do by Interac before I left for Japan and how to prepare for the practice lesson plan some branches require you to plan for the first week of training.
The one in which I break down my day, hour by hour, and tell you exactly what a day in my life as an Interac ALT at a Jr. high in rural Japan looks like.
The one in which I break down my monthly budget for you as an Interac ALT in rural Japan and tell you why I spend the way I do--also tips on how to budget wisely in Japan and live well on an ALT salary.
The one in which I sit down to tell you all about my Interac placement in Japan, when I will be moving, and how the visa application process is working so far.
The one where I accept my Interac teaching assignment, book my first one way ticket, and freak out about the fact that I'm moving to Japan.
The one in which I get a call from Tokyo, ignore it, and freak out until they call back to tell me where I will be living and working in Japan and what happens next.
The one in which I take every question I've ever been asked about moving to and teaching in Japan on this blog and only answer some of them.
The one in which I get my dream job and can't quite believe it so I scream a bit before telling you what's going to happen from here.
The one in which I sit awkwardly in my car and film myself talking about an interview I desperately want to nail so that I can move to Japan.