Of course it's hard to go to back to school, become jobless, and change careers at 25ish, but apparently I'm not the only one and it just might not be as scary as it seems.
This was my favorite part of the article:
Now is the time to figure out what kind of work you love to do. What are you good at? What makes you feel alive? What do you dream about? You can go back to school now, switch directions entirely. You can work for almost nothing, or live in another country or volunteer long hours for something that moves you. There will be a time when finances and schedules make this a little trickier, so do it now. Try it, apply for it, get up and do it.Pretty insightful, huh?
Even more exciting than going back to school is the fact that my sister, her husband, and my niece are moving from California to Raleigh in 6 days! I haven't seen them since Thanksgiving so needless to say, I am ecstatic. It is going to be bittersweet to see how much my sweet little Zoey has grown and changed over the past 7 months, but I am so happy that I am going to get to be present in her life now. Not only have I missed my niece terribly, but I've missed my sister more than you could imagine. It has been so hard to have her so far away through some of the most important times in both of our lives...going off to college, graduation, cheering at college football games, new loves, babies being born, wedding showers, holidays, birthdays, deaths, and all the every day things that you want your family to be a part of. Even though we couldn't always be together in person because of the distance, there is no doubt our hearts were always together. I can't wait for all the fun times that will most certainly be had now that my family is back together on the east coast!