After 4 years working in a mental health hospital, I felt completely lost in my career. Each week I drained my body for a paycheck, working 40 hours in 2 1/2 days and occasionally signing up for those 8 hour overnights working from midnight to 8 a.m. I was aggravated, irritable and discontent. I deeply … More A Lesson in Career Synchronicity
“Though despite what you may think, I was grateful Mom met this new man. He had helped her find happiness that she had long, long forgotten. Helped her spend time understanding, not only what a civil relationship could be like, but that you could have a life you actually enjoyed. You can take trips, vacations … More Chapter 9 : Arroyo
You’ve been there, we all have. Moments when you’re faced with a bucket of choices and time sways in anticipation as you hold the power to make a decision. Maybe your election regards a simple purpose or maybe it’s for a life changing event. No matter whether your judgement is about to effect a big … More The More, The Not-So Merrier. Why More Means Less When It Comes to Choices.
While you live, you have to learn. You must. If you choose not to learn from the experiences life creates to teach you, you will probably become a very grumpy, lumpy person with an incredibly long, long list. One with all things horrible, awful and tragic that keep happening to you and you just can’t … More Life: A Diva with a Lesson
“I stayed in my low for too long, simply watching my life trail on like a car without a driver; crashing into every wall on the way down and I did nothing to stop it. Even if you have no idea how to change the course your life is on, start with what you do … More Chapter 11: Wandering