I went to Nepal, feeling completely terrified out of my mind about teaching, about sharing my practice, about being that vunerable. I came home feeling so grateful for each one of my students, for how much they taught me, for creating such variety. Immediately when I came home a lot of people asked me if I was going to keep teaching. This question usually set my mind running, and so I said "I don't know."
After one pretty emotional conversation with Adam, about teaching, about how it might work, about how to get started. I took a step back, and went back to what I want. I want to gain more experience teaching, I also love the flexiblity of volunteering. So I reached out about a volunteer opportunity I heard about months ago. Just like that I found a new avenue to challenge myself and teach with the flexiblity and freedom that leaves me available to still volunteer at my other jobs. So starting in December I will get a new group of students to work with. I am feeling extremely excited and terrifying.