I feel like I need a change. Career wise. Why aren’t we ever content with where we are? For whatever reason, I feel like where I am now is not enough or where I truly want to be. But then I hear God whisper to me,
Enjoy the season you’re in.
My husband asked me, “What makes you happy?” “What do you truly want to do?”
Well, Write. Read. Research. Home Decor. Anything House related.
Sometimes simple questions are more complex than they sound. I know what makes me happy, but it feels like there’s a bridge between us that I can’t seem to cross over.
Five years ago, I saw myself as a novelist someday. Today, I don’t just see myself as a novelist someday, because my interests have since then reached into other areas other than fiction. More realistic goals, I suppose.
If you’re a writer then you understand how difficult it is to find a full-time job in this field or be a full-time writer.
I’m truly learning to be patient. :: patiently waiting, hoping, and praying for the change my heart so desires.
Although I am currently working from home full-time /WAHM, (I’m an online writing instructor for a local university) I don’t exactly love it and at times, it can feel very frustrating, exhausting, and stressful– and on those days, I’m just about over working from home . So, I even went to great lengths and had job interviews with a possible career change. But then this morning I had to make an early drive into the city and as I sat there in major traffic near downtown, I thought, “there’s no way I’m getting back out there for any 8-5 type of […]
It’s a tough world out there. I have been applying for full-time jobs since October. I have applied to hundreds of jobs and have gotten only four interviews, three of which I was not offered a job–even when I was confident that I did fantastic. For those of you in Higher Education/Academia, there are too many applicants and not enough positions. The competition is fierce. I’m at the point where I’m ready to work in a different field if the last interview I had does not give me an offer. I’m trying to stay positive, but it’s becoming difficult. I […]