I now know the general career track I want to take, and that would be something in the field of sociology and/or psychology. SO interesting. 4 months ago
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Love. Explore. Teach. Learn. Feel. Dream. Live. Breathe. Hike. Travel. Balance. Climb. Swim. Fly. Laugh. Cry. Grow. Think. Do. Relax. Be. 18 months ago
I’m about five weeks away from being done with my Fire and EMT courses, and I’ll be starting the Fire Academy in early January. 19 months ago
Is a life more fulfilling if you choose one meaningful thing and live by it for your whole life (i.e. family/career), or if you hop from one adventure to the next, weaving together a life of foreign places, candid connections, and excitement? 19 months ago
The happiest I’ve even been was when I was living out of my pick-up with my fiancee travelling whimsically around the nation without itinerary or obligation. I want to get back to that place.
Why should we wait until we retire to do the things we want to do. And why does “find out what i want to do with my life” seem to imply career choice? It shouldn’t. Careers are the very things holding us back from doing what we really want with our lives. So maybe it’s less of finding out what i want to do with my life, and more finding how to do the things i want. 2 years ago
I am currently studying at university – which is great for finding out who you are as a person. When finding out what you want to do with your life, it’s also good, but a little more difficult – seeing as I’ve already chosen a degree to study. I am however getting a bit closer to reaching my goal…
A lot of this can be owed my over-watching of extremely depressing documentaries lately. They’ve made me realise that whatever I do with my life, it doesn’t have to be excessive in anything – in how much money I make, how high up the chain I go, or anything like that. I might be naive, but I do want to live as ethically as possible (a lot of this thinking can be attributed to the influence of my partner).
This will be slightly challenging for me, though – considering that I’m studying a Bachelor of Business. If there’s one message that I’m getting from all the depressing documentaries, it’s that capitalism is generally bad because it’s not sustainable and it destroys the world’s resources and all that jazz.
So… Long story short… I’m considering majoring in ‘sustainability’ with my business degree. Just need to figure out my arts major… 22 months ago
I’m coming up for 27 in a week or so and I feel like i have achieved nothing in my life. I’ve had many different jobs, Really thought I wanted to be a nurse but then after my mum died very suddenly due to cancer, I felt I couldn’t continue on that route. My last job was training students employability skills and this was just a stepping stone to get into teaching as I thought I wanted to be a language teacther but now I just don’t know. I feel really lost and have no clue what I want to do now.
I’m at a stage of my life where I need to find out the real me. Not sure I ever knew who that was in the first place really. Does anyone else feel like this or is it just me? 1 year ago
For the last two years I’ve been working as a therapist for kids with autism. As much as I’ve enjoyed it, I know it’s not what I want to do for the rest of my life. So, I’ve enrolled in two classes for the fall semester at a local college – fire1 and EMT certification. I’m also taking the necessary steps to prepare for the CPAT, which I’ll probably take in the spring during the fire academy. More to come later once I start the classes in August… 2 years ago