I live in the north of England, West Yorkshire. I moved here 2 years ago from Belgorod, where I worked as a maths teacher. Although I started teaching long before I got my degree.
I remember very well my first day at school and what I did when I came home: I sat my younger sister in front of me and started teaching her. That was the beginning. I don't think I'll ever be able to stop doing this. I love mathematics, and even more I like to see the insight in the eyes of students. It's so great to watch how they begin to understand what the problem is and look for different ways to solve it on their own. That skill is very useful for solving any problems, not just maths problems.
I am sure you all know that mathematics is not only formulas from school books. There are plenty of interesting and exciting tasks, different puzzles and maths tricks. I like to show this beauty to my students, as a result, they often realize that mathematics is actually not as scary and boring as it seemed to them before.