My brain says: on it!

I still remember the day I said: “I want to live in Canada and work in my field”. I was confident my English would improve soon enough to get a job in this industry that is about being a TOTAL PRO in the writing and speaking departments. The interesting part is that dreaming is as frequent as having to deal with the impostor syndrome. For … Continue reading My brain says: on it!

English tests aren’t the real tests!

Almost three years living in Canada, which means almost three years of dealing with my insecurities and learning from this culture as fast as I can. Thank God I finally feel more fluent, confident and comfortable (yay!); but this is not done yet, more immigration processes still need to be done. A couple of weeks ago I did my English test to apply for the … Continue reading English tests aren’t the real tests!