Oggi sono molto Giacomo Leopardi, sarà il caldo, sarà il finale deludente di PLL, sarà che tra 3 settimane esatte sarò su un aereo per tornare a casa..sarà quel che sarà ma mi sento abbastanza negativa. Ho deciso quindi di parlare di cose brutte. Perchè diciamo la verità, fare l'au pair non è sempre pepepepepepepepepe …
Today I feel polemical and I want to answer to all those people that 2 years ago said " Well, if you had to be a nanny, you could have stayed in Italy". I read many stories of girls complaining that their parents do not understand and they think it is just a wast of time. I decided to explain what this wasting of time could give you. Read carefully..
Hello everyone, I still have to explain how it works once you decide to become an au pair. It's a long process...long but not impossible. ( Before starting..what I'm gonna say is related to my agency and my country. I am not sure about how things work in other agencies and countries. Please let me know and I can add more information)
Before leaving I had never heard about being an au pair. I read that short paragraph that explained what being an au pair means and that this job gives the opportunity of living in the US for free. Since I have been living in this "world" for almost 2 years I sometimes forget that many people don't even know about it. I still have to explain to my friends when they ask me " What are you doing there?"