Hand Tools Archive 2007
Wiley Horne--So. Calif.
Wouldn't hurt to try it for a while. I did some consulting after retirement, and it's nice to see old friends regularly. But as RJ said, the work can take on a life of its own.
Here's my suggestion...If you can put the training on a schedule, and if it's something you can do without digging in and doing research and making up syllabi, etc, then it would be nice. The trick is how to keep the paid work #2 or #3 in your life. For me, it kept kinda creeping up there until it was #1 again, which was a problem for my family all my work life. I think that's the real issue: when you start working again, it may well challenge your priorities. It did me.