Hey guys! Wasn't sure where to post this... So a little background, I did Further Education for my degree, however, there aren't any jobs going any the moment so I ended up becoming a supply teacher for Secondary. At first I thought it was so fun and exciting, and though the school was shocking, I felt really proud of myself. However, as the months began to pass, I began to feel friction to accept assignments, I get palpations anxiety (though not in class) and I find myself thinking of excuses to turn down jobs. However, here's whats keeping me stay: I had received judgement for being happy in a job that wasn't teaching and would happily be on less money to do something that made me happy. It excited to teach people the skills I've been working on all my life, but I don't get this experience in Supply work. I want to quit, but I'm scared of all the judgement I'll recieve. I wanted to go back to volunteering in 16+ and work on my QTLS but unsure whether to stick it out in supply work or work on something I wanted to do in the first place.