The TEFLWatch Files is my personal blog. Originally slanted towards education, it reflects my experiences and my new career now that I am back home in the US. You’ll find informative articles about business, real estate and making a positive change in your life.
I may accept compensation from time to time to give information on products or services that may interest teachers, businessmen or other consumers. I will never accept any payment from any TEFL school for any post.
Effective Date: July 18, 2008
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