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Sunday, October 14, 2012
I'm a REAL TEACHER now!
I have officially become a REAL teacher. Last year, I was a part-time teacher. My schedule was heaven. I worked every other day. Running both of my offices was a breeze as a part-time teacher. I never got burnt out or did not concern myself when vacation was approaching. Well, I must say it finally hit me. The past week, I had the opportunity to enjoy my FALL break. I officially took an entire week of vacation with the exception to answering a few emails from students. Don't get me wrong. Teaching part-time doesn't compare to full-time. Although I'm teaching everyday, it is way easier than part-time. I'm better prepared. We are on 90 minute block schedules. That works for me. I have found that teaching the same lesson the next day, just perfects it. Teaching full-time has taught me how to manage my time better. My day usually starts at 4:30 am. Yes, I still workout in the mornings prior to school. I usually check into my offices between 3-3:30 pm. I work there until about 8-9 pm. Unfortunately, my evening unwinds with reviewing my lesson plans for the next day. I enjoy teaching Physical Medicine. The impact that I have on my students keep me very humble and grateful that God has chosen me to influence their lives.