It's official. I submitted my retirement letter today. Already heard back from Benefits.
I do feel relieved. Actually making a decision is less stressful than avoiding making one.
I'm going to spend the rest of this week catching up on grades, making notes about what to take and what to pitch, and planning for the transition.
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