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Yesterday I made the decision to finally get help. I’ve reached a point where I can’t picture myself coming back to my current job after this baby is born. At least, not without exploring some other options first. When M finished law school I told him over and over again that he shouldn’t just settle for the job he had, he deserved to give himself some options. I think I owe myself the same courtesy. I found a local career counselor who comes with high praise and good references and I fully intended to call her on Monday to see what she can do for me.

In a meeting this morning I remembered why I love the place I work. As we brainstormed the different programs we want to launch in the fall I looked around at the people I work with and I was struck by how much I like and respect them. As a team we do great things, we help lots of people, and I really believe in our mission. I listened to them plan and dream and I had an epiphany. I don’t hate the place I work, in fact, I quite like it. It’s the job I hate. I’m bored and I need to feel challenged again. I’m just not sure I can find that there.

Come Monday I’ll be calling that career counselor. Even if I decide to stay put I think I need to know what I want to be doing, what I’m capable of being. In my dreams she’ll tell me that I’m a natural born writer and that I should focus on finding freelance work, but seeing my blog stats I have a hunch that just won’t happen. But at least she might be able to help me find the words to negotiate the job of my dreams in a place I believe in.

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  • You’re a wonderful writer, and you should absolutely pursue freelance writing; if you’re nervous about the financial aspect, just do it as a part-time thing for a while until you feel established enough to continue on a full-time basis. In the meantime, though, I’m all for the career counselor. We spend so much of our lives working, why should we waste time being bored and unfulfilled? Best of luck 🙂

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