Living on the Hyphen: Switching Careers but Maintaining Identity

Living on the Hyphen: Switching Careers but Maintaining Identity
I woke up this morning to find that Comstock's Magazine published my story about making the switch from full-time teacher, to full-time business owner.  

As many of you know, making the decision to leave the classroom and pursue this new career was not one that was easy to make. 

But, what's been a wonderful lesson learned as I've grown into this new role is that I realize now that a huge part of my identity is as a teacher and that just because the job title maybe has changed, teaching is still very much central to what I do to this day.

I'd love for you to check out the interview, written by the brilliant and talented Jennifer E Newman.

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