Friday, 23 October 2015

Half Term Breather!!!

I'm well aware that I've left it far too long since my last post and I promised one about my new job! Well now it is half term I figured it's a good time to spend some time writing!

For those of you who don't know, I have recently started a job in a secondary school in Felixstowe!! (I know... me... in a high school?!).
Although I am now absolutely exhausted and so ready for half term I'm really enjoying it and love the team I work with and although very challenging at times, I love the young people I work with too!! Being my first full on job it really has given me a whole new perspective on life (although in relation to my last post, I still don't really know what I'm doing with my life in the long run!!) - But for now, I am content and so so happy this job was offered to me :) I have met some super lovely and fabulous people who I love working and socialising with!
As one of my colleagues always tells me 'subject to change'. I do love my job, and I love that each day is so so different and definitely subject to change!! Of course it is not without its ups and downs and some days I come home feeling physically and emotionally done in, but I will not give in!

In terms of more personal things, well I'm still trying to work that out but I refuse to let that affect how I work at school, and how I spend my spare time so I guess I'm still in the stage of brushing it under the carpet; hoping a good half term break will allow me to get my head together a little bit? Who knows!!!

But I now have a week to breath, recover, recuperate and spend my days sleeping, being lazy, being arty and visiting some special friends who I don't keep in contact with anywhere near as much as I should!! SO for those of you with a half term - have a fab one!! Everyone else; have an awesome weekend!!

- ttfn!

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  2. It's so good to hear what you have been doing. Your experiences in this job will have lasting value, so make the most of it. Grace and I hope you enjoy your half-term week. xx

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