The one where I get a JET Programme interview, talk about the program, and explain why I decided to hire on with Interac instead.
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.
The one in which I am the very last person to be assigned an in person interview at the Interac Hiring Seminar and the questions I was asked.
The one in which I travel to Los Angeles to interview for Interac and make a decision that could screw up my whole demo lesson.
The one in which I go to Los Angeles for my Interac in-person interview, demo lesson, and information session.
The one in which I tell you all about my phone interview for Interac--the company that will send me to live and work in Japan!
The one where I prepare for and nail the Interac phone interview and prepare for the hiring seminar.