What do you do when you find yourself at the crossroads between the work that feeds your soul and the one that feeds your kids?
For as long as I can remember, I have felt that there was simply more out there for me professionally. Not more in the sense of money or title, but the more that really sets your soul on fire and takes your breath away.
Switching jobs, industries and roles never satisfied that feeling. And simply waiting for it wasn't working either.
By my 43rd birthday, the professional more I had been suppressing was revealing itself as a requirement rather than a nice-to-have. There was no more waiting for wonderful.
I could only pursue it.
To my surprise, I discovered that the starting point of finding my wonderful was the same intersection where I started my pursuit of Mr. Wonderful. That is, the realization that the process of pursuing my professional passion was remarkably similar to the ways I went about pursuing love.
Join me on my journey to pursue my wonderful. And start taking the steps to find yours.
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About the Author
Following her graduation from Ithaca College, she retired her creative pen to start her career. She has spent the last 20 years working in broadcast, print and digital media, financial services and health care.
Now, she has picked up her pen again (keyboard, actually) to follow her dreams of being an author, writing for herself and others.
Beth has two children, Nick and Chris, and is a long-time resident of the Jersey Shore.