3 Months Ago, I Left My Job & I’ve Figured Out What I Want To Be When I Grow Up

I wish it would have worked out for me and for my job, but not for the reasons you think.

You know how it is — sometimes, it seems easier to go the conventional route rather than to pursue your dreams. But it cost me a lot over the years:

▸ Time & energy
▸ Money & resources; and
▸ Mental & physical health

To be honest, I wasn’t sure how what my life would look like after, but I had to take a step of faith — I had to leave.

That job that I left, as much as it was helping others, it wasn’t helping me.

There was a part of me that felt selfish and I wish that I could have just pushed through.

I don’t feel that way anymore though. I’ve realized that I have spent most of my life helping everyone around me, without much regard to helping myself.

So, for the past three months, I have been investing in my own personal and professional development.

I’ve spent a lot of time growing as a writer and content creator…

And I absolutely love it!

Writing has been one of the most consistent “activities” in my life, but it wasn’t until 2.5 years ago that I started getting paid for my writing. And before that, I was creating weekly lesson plans & activities, teaching students online, and coaching other teachers to build an online teaching business. I was creating digital products and programs back then!

It was so natural for me to do it, that I didn’t realize how valuable it was.

Now I know what I want to be when I grow up — a digital content creator!

But wait, I already am and I have lots of experiences to share,

And I can’t wait to continue to write about what I have learned along the way over the past four years.

Follow me to hear more. Big things are happening!

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