What I want to do with the rest of my life.

Of course.  The Million Dollar question…

Flash back to high school.  My final year of high school had to be the first real moment for me to begin considering, what was next.  I know, I know.  I appeared to be a late bloomer in the eyes of many. Struggling to figure out how I would earn a decent living after college.  College…wait, I hadn’t even picked out a major yet!  This is just a glimpse of how I spent the next few years. Unsure, scared, so uninspired to focus on where my life was headed.

Fast forward to present day.  I can say with confidence, that I have finally figured it out!!  Some background info on me: I’m normally the quiet, play by the rules type of gal.  There’s nothing wrong with living by the book.  But for me, I needed more. I feel so loved by my sibbies (all 5 of them).  Each and every one of them has hinted at my apparent ability to “live on the edge”, try something new”, or be a “free spirit”.  I love how they are able to notice such qualities that I wholeheartedly strive for.  But-I had to be honest with myself.  I haven’t been living to my greatest potential.  Up until recently, there hasn’t been a calling in my life’s work where I squealed from excitement.  I have that now!

I am 26 years old, and have received my Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.  I want to dream so big, that questioning my sanity becomes a rite of passage.  I will one day have the opportunity to publish books, pertaining to Life, Relationships and Love.  I strive to develop a place of my own: a safe haven for treating both the mental and behavioral concerns of individuals, couples, and families.

I am blessed to have my own personal army of supporters in my corner.  My family, and my Moon and Stars (for my Game of Thrones fans).  He’s been nothing more than patient, encouraging, my friend, and my first blogger critic!

I hope to share my journey with all of you, and inspire others to keep on pushing for more!  Thanks for visiting my blog!

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3 thoughts on “What I want to do with the rest of my life.”

  1. Hello freebryd! At one point or another, I’m sure we’ve all questioned what we wanted to do with our lives. I’m certainly trying to figure that out now!! I can’t wait to learn more learn more about your journey and how you found the courage to follow your dreams. We all have dreams, but it takes a special person to make it a reality. I look forward to seeing what’s next!

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    1. Hi Mel! First let me say how much I appreciate your feedback! I believe that we all may go through life experiencing many instances where we try to re-establish new career goals. I also said I knew exactly what I wanted to do with the rest of my life, but I didn’t. I never really challenged myself to dream big. I remember being in school, telling myself that math was too hard. So, I already ruled out anything math related, and never pushed myself to learn more. I don’t want to make the same mistakes now. I want to be somewhat uncomfortable. For now, that’s how I’ll find the motivation to do something different. I’ll keep blogging about the steps that I’ve taken to allow me to comfortably say and believe that I have figured out my life’s purpose. Stay tuned 🙂

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