Teleworking and teaching from home is not just a modality change; it is deeply intertwined with other aspects of life. If we pretend to have a new everyday life during a public health crisis, an economic, social, political, and moral crisis, we commit an immoral act. Job losses, school closures, and family isolation shift caregivers from paying jobs to unpaid jobs, primarily for women. This change occurs because of gender-biased social norms that hold women as caregivers and because of the workforce structure. Acknowledging the statement that "the personal is political" requires education system decision-makers and administration to consider this a moral issue and encourage women to raise awareness and change the lives of men and women by telling their stories unapologetically. In this article, while studying the lives of women teachers, we address the issue of the interference of professional and personal domains.