Yes, I can admit that I am guilty of career drifting. It is easy to find yourself as a career drifter when you are young, trying to find your way. When I started working, trying to get office experience, I worked temp for various jobs.
We all know that what makes you happy might not make me happy. For whatever reason, having a smile on your face allows you to think pleasant thoughts. You have a glow that radiates off you, and your energy is inviting. Sometimes all it takes to be happy is knowing you have a second chance to get it right.
They say sometimes “it takes a village,” even if you don’t think so because you define yourself as a loner, but the truth is there is purpose in everyone you meet. Someway or somehow, they are aiding you on your self-discovery journey. You are learning your tolerance level, likes, dislikes, wants, needs, strengths, and weaknesses as you interact and communicate with each other. So, don’t be mad when things don’t work out with certain people because their time in your life is over.
Are you waking up in the morning or thinking that you don’t like your life from time to time? When times are tough, how do you get past the why I am stuck here feeling unsatisfied? Year after year, you are in the same place before. Are you the type of person that has to reach rock bottom before you feel the need to change your life?
I’m over forty and supposed to have my life together, so they say. But as we all know, life throws us a curve and we lose focus. We must deal with it or slip into a slump that is difficult to get out of without the proper help. Society says that we are supposed to be married, have kids, and have promising careers by a certain age.