"As a result of the uncertain job market, people are starting to rethink the way they think about life. Life is struggle. And when it kicks you down, you have to kick back—in the teeth if you have to—with equal or opposing force...And that might mean getting a paying job somewhere you don’t want to be. But that shouldn’t be the end of our happiness. Everyone simply needs an outlet—something that they’re actually passionate about. For as long as we follow that, then survival becomes nothing more than a means to a better end."
I found this post this morning. And oh boy does it ring true for my life right now. It's a little old (August), but I still hear the chiming bells? Choosing a carrer that rellies on what you create is never an easy path to follow. I try not to pat myself on the back, but I did it aswell as thousands of other kids. But alas....where I am now, is not the "dream" I had 6 years ago. And why is that? Is it my lack want, or gumption? Is it the fact that I consider myself too old to continue to put my financial well being on the back of debt collectors or non bill paying "dreams"? Since when did making grown up decision start impeeding on life goals? And why is it that it effect some people more than others? Eh, all these really deep questions and "feelings"on a Monday morning....it's just plan rude of me. Give the post a read and report back if you have anything to say.