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My answer was to teach no more than 2-3 hours a day. I edit and write for extra income, and find that this solitary work recharges me.
Burn out (or whatever people want to call it) is a funny thing because it's very difficult to spot any obvious build-up.
My main advice would be to take a break as soon as possible. Preferably quite a long one - 3 or 4 weeks if possible. You should be coming up to your uni break reasonably soon, no? And the IELTS can be easily dropped for a month or so.
achdizzy1099 wrote:Personally, I like to go online and lie about my salary.
For instance. Sometimes when I get done teaching my 2 hours a day at kindy, I'm get so sick of the constant dribble from my colleagues: " Where are you going to spend your bar of gold Dizzy?" or "Lets spend ours on hookers and booze T!"
I just don't know what to do with all these gold bars and bags of diamonds they pay me in?
lately I've been thinking about cutting back to just 1 hour a day.
Teaching English is such a drag.
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