It's time to celebrate a New Year! Are you in the mood? If you're still teaching and you aren't excited about it, heading into a New Year might seem like a downer. For many teachers, it means heading back to school after two weeks of sleeping in, seeing family, and (finally) reading a ... Read More about New Year, New Habits, New Job!
Hi, Sarah-- I recently downloaded your e-book. I can't wait to print it out & dive in! Since you have been down this road before, I have a question for you. I know that the way to network effectively is through social media. While I do have a LinkedIn account, it's not 100% forthcoming on ... Read More about Updating Social Media For A Job Hunt Without Being Obvious
It's that glorious time of year when teachers around the country desperately shift into "Survival Mode" to live out the short weeks between Thanksgiving Break and Christmas Break. If that's you right now... I feel you! I, too, lived in that in-between space where you try to figure out if you ... Read More about Christmas Presents Teachers Really Want (Especially When They’re Job Hunting)
In this real story of life after teaching, we hear from S in the UK and her mini-interview with a CEO about why she is leaving teaching. Please note this is not a photo of S. Hello Sarah, I have been in contact before and have brought your E-book. Just reaching out for some advice really-- ... Read More about Interview Advice: How to Talk About Leaving Teaching In A Professional Setting
My worst fear is that my family won’t adapt well to my change. Especially my spouse. I feel that my spouse identifies me as a teacher, (I’ve been a teacher since before we got married) and each time I discuss my anxieties and decision to pursue a new career, I feel that my spouse tries to discourage ... Read More about My Spouse Doesn’t Support My Need to Leave Teaching