G'day, good to be self-satiating, not self-isolating

When I was reading some articles earlier this morning, I realised that people could better themselves whereby you challenge a new thing such as language or cooking. Also, if you’ve piled up so many books on your study desk, you’d want to shrink them, thereby relaxing, contemplating and sitting your chair placidly without having too much boredom moment at home. Of course, the other one would be mucking about in your patchy garden and plant some veggies.

For me, I am kinda lucky, because what I’m doing at home is my business as usual. Because of my online English business, I don’t necessarily need to go out for work, which is always beneficial, but also extremely fortunate at this hardest time of the year.

So please think of doing something at home in a positive way, in which the self-isolating optimism comes in; namely, “self-satiating”. I never get bored myself when I’m perusing favourite or new books, lecturing my students online and/or twittering. By the way, I’ve resumed using Twitter since the beginning of 2020 as I want to share my English learning history, teaching style and its future prospect. Not just for my business purposes, but also for making a lasting impression on my Twitter followers as well.

Overall, not only have I been enjoying my self-isolating life, I’ve also been getting honed in on Twittering, blogging and teaching as well. There is no doubt that “Self-satiating” would be the best expression for many of you including myself.

If you have any concerns or issues regarding your English learning, visa matters, study plan, or even “self-isolating”, please feel free to leave your comments below. So, I’m eager to help and give some advice as much as I possibly can.

Thanks for reading today!

Stay calm and enjoy your self-satiating period!!

Published by Masato Kawaguchi

I am an English entrepreneur here in Australia. I've been teaching the PTE exam for the last 2 years or so, now mainly general English online.

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