In this post, I share everything that went on during the month of May. Remember that pyrite ring I mentioned in April’s post? It most definitely brought some fortune in the job market for May!
Everyday, for the last couple of weeks, I’ve been saying to my students “I can’t believe how quickly this school year has flown by!” It feels like yesterday was September, but here we are on Memorial Day.
May has come just as quickly as it has made its way out. Here’s a quick review and recap of my May.
WHAT I DID:
- I went through the application process for the FBI thinking that I would make a career switch. It was exciting and interesting, to say the least, but being a special agent just isn’t in the cards for me. I withdrew my application because . . .
- I accepted a new teaching job for the 2021-2022 school year! I’m very excited and I feel like a huge weight has been lifted off of my shoulders. I can’t wait to further my career and to start fresh in a new school and with a new team.
WHAT I WATCHED:
- Outlander– I binge watch it, but I also take breaks because the show can get pretty intense. I’m currently on a break, but I’m close to finishing what’s available on Netflix. You best believe that I will be subscribing to Starz to watch Season 5, though!
- The Son of Sam docuseries- Highly recommend this if you’re into true crime and serial killers!
- Knives Out– I was skeptical at first, but I ended up loving it! A must watch if you already haven’t.
- Coming 2 America– I wanted something light and funny, and I wasn’t disappointed.
- Wild Wild Country– Amazing! If you love true crime, cult docuseries, go watch this one!
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WHAT I READ:
- Seven Years to Sin by Sylvia Day ★★★★☆
- The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin ★★☆☆☆
- Supermarket by Bobby Hall — I’ll share my opinions on this one on Wednesday!
- I started The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden and I’m hoping I can finish it before I need to start my book club’s next book.
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WHAT I POSTED:
- Goodreads Was Wrong Tag — Books, Tags
- #MentalHealthMonth: Life With Bipolar Disorder — Health
- Caught On Camera: Hull-House Chicago — Paranormal
- 100 Random Get-To-Know-Me Questions — Lifestyle
- #MentalHealthMonth: My Disordered Eating — Health
- #MentalHealthMonth: Taking Breaks — Health
- How to Land Your First Teaching Job — Education
- #MentalHealthMonth: Loving My Body — Health
- Books I’ve Read In Book Club (So Far) — Books
May was a good month. Did anyone else feel like the month moved along super slowly, though? Maybe it’s because the end of the school year is nearer and nearer, but May moved at a snail’s pace for me. I was very fortunate this month and I’m excited to see what June has in store for me!
IN THE COMMENTS . . .
Share something positive that happened to you in May! Mine has to be the fact that I’ve accepted a new teaching job for the next school year.
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