几个月前，当比约克在的另一个放在一起收入报告, we both had this realization moment: at this point I earn more from blogging than I do from my day job.
And honestly, I was confident that that’s what I wanted to do. I thought: if I had that kind of opportunity, I would totally take advantage of it. Work from home, be my own boss, build and grow my blog, the whole deal.
In all seriousness, as I thought about making the switch to full time blogging, the thing that captivated me was the idea that I could work really hard and my hard work would directly affect how successful I would be. With everything from traffic, to photography skills, to better recipes, to income. I loved that I could have a flexible schedule. I knew I would wake up in the morning with motivation to get work done. I could stay home with our kids. Of which we have none, but still. I had visions of real weekends where I wouldn’t have to do any work. Say what?!
But here’s where the story takes a turn. In May, as I tried out the life of an almost-full-time blogger, and as I got a teaching job offer that made my heart feel unexpectedly giddy, I remembered this about myself: I爱教学。我相信，在教学中。而对于我个人来说，教给我的方式，食品博客少了点精神和情感的收入。
I’ll be working with small groups of struggling readers during the morning hours AND I’ll still have a few afternoon hours left to devote to Pinch of Yum. Or eat snacks. You know how it is. A few of you have asked what’s next for p-o-y, so now ya know! I’m a teacher and a blogger, and I am feeling so incredibly blessed. Now if I could just find a few hours in the day to teleport back to the Philippines… yeah, that.
我会这么激动，从任何你听到的 - 与日常工作，全职博客写手，食品或其他博客。什么是福利或每个缺点？你高兴，你在哪里？是什么使得它的工作？
Thanks for letting me talk. Type. Whatever. I feel like we’re friends and it makes me smile. –>