tomthorne wrote:Lili is so my heroine. To max yourself out work-wise so quickly . That is a sure sign of not being a newby.
I've worked 7 days a week during many periods of my working life in Taiwan. I wouldn't recommend it, but it is good financially. The main problem is that even if you are only working two hours in a day you can never switch off. It's the switch off that you really need.
Yes, I completely understand this. Which is why I'm changing my hours and place of employment. More 9-5'ers, less two hours a day (cause that REALLY sucks). I'm hoping for 2 days off, Sunday and Tuesday. Hopefully by two weeks time *fingers crossed* I just piled on the hours to see what I liked, didn't like, what si working schedule wise... testing the waters I guess.
And I'm completely used to working 30+hrs a week. Been doing it for years in NY, even with undergrad.
The problem here is that the buxiban teaching is killing me. I want to stab my eyes out repeatedly. And to watch that clock tick by at slow-mo speed.... I'm gonna go insane. But my tutoring is really awesome.