You know you’re talking with an elementary school teacher when she says, “pardon my language” and, while you brace for colourful expletives, follows up with “stupid” or “sucks” instead. LOL Jill Tomback shares her experience of being a teacher during the pandemic.
In this easy, fun, free flowing conversation, Jill and I discuss:
- Keeping kids engaged during the lockdown
- Pandemic life in LA and India
- The importance of honest, loving communication
- Why we shouldn’t be watching the news
- Our most memorable day of adventure, exhaustion and fabulous food from the Food Heals retreat in Italy (where we met)
- And so much more…
I hope you enjoy this interview on my podcast as much as I did!
More about Jill
Jill Tomback is a school teacher in Los Angeles, USA with 15 years of experience under her belt. She is a breast cancer survivor and has been going a decade strong after reversing her disease. If you’d like to connect with Jill, reach out to her on instagram @jillctomback
“You know, whenever you’re going through something hard in life, I mean anyone going through whatever is hard for them, in the moment it feels impossible. But when it’s over you almost just forget about how hard it was, because it’s over and you move on. Then, when you’re faced with something new that’s difficult and you’re like, ‘ugh, this is so awful’, you can think back to the last time you felt that way. And you can remember that you got through it and you were fine…Then you can do anything.”Jill C Tomback – The Feel Good Factor with Susmitha Veganosaurus
Transcript (edited for better reading experience)
Work in progress.
Transcribed by Otter.