Throughout the months, there were many moments when I almost gave up. In spite of the circumstances, I have always kept my faith in myself and the hope to achieve what I had been dreaming of for several years.
Thanks to my father I was introduced to travelling and getting to know new countries at a fairly early age. I consider this as a milestone in my life that changed my attitude forever and raised my interest in different cultures.
As a young girl, at the age of 18, I moved to Wales, United Kingdom for two years in order to improve my English. A few years later, I had decided to apply and was accepted to university. After my graduation as an English as a foreign language teacher at a Hungarian university in 2005, I immediately started
working as a foreign language teacher for all ages and was teaching in Hungary for eleven years. Ever since returning from the UK and finishing my studies, it was on my mind that I would love to live somewhere closer to my family but still abroad. Vienna was always in the centre of my attention , so in February 2016 I moved here.
I have to admit, looking back at the past one and a half years, the first year was probably the most difficult one of my life. I think the first and most time-consuming obstacle to overcome for me was learning German.
Today, I am able to make longer conversations and it also helped me in finding the job I had always dreamed of. I teach English to adults.Throughout the months, there were many moments when I almost gave up. In spite of the circumstances, I have always kept my faith in myself and the hope to achieve what I had been dreaming of for several years. What is more, I love Vienna so I knew I should stay strong and find a solution to everything ahead. So all in all, this wonderful combination of Faith, Hope and Love kept me going and today I am a happy person living in Vienna.