No, this is not another "I want to leave education!" thread. I'm trying to decide if I should leave the country and start all over in a new school. I love where I work. I have great coworkers, the administration is supportive, the students are held to high standards, and I am allowed to be "me" in my classroom (my hair is blue right now). It's great. This is my third year in this school and I've become comfortable with the content. I now have enough time to really dig my heels in and come up with some awesome things for the kids to do. And I have. I have some really cool projects in the works. I'm still excited about teaching and innovating, and it's been so easy for me to do now that most of my resources are made. This is by far the best school I've worked at, and I've worked at four schools. But I badly want to move to a new country and learn another language. This would not be something new, I used to live abroad. When we moved back to the USA, I always figured it would be a temporary thing. And now that we've been here four years I'm feeling antsy again. I've looked up some schools in potential locations and this morning I revamped my resume. I feel like this is what I've always wanted, yet at the same time I'm already thinking about how good I have it where I am. Moving abroad would be conditional on my husband figuring out something with his job. But I think it could be do-able, especially if we tell them it's only temporary- 2 years. I know I'm the only one who can answer this question. But does anyone have some input?