Slice of Life: Passing Time…

This slice of life comes from the musings of a 22 year old who is unsure where to go next.

I have a job until July (fixed contract) which is easy but doesn’t push me and I find myself passing time everyday, counting down until home time, then counting down until something exciting etc.

I don’t want to live my life like that and I certainly do not want to wish away my years.

What happens if I never know what I want to be when I grow up?

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8 thoughts on “Slice of Life: Passing Time…

    • milliemondays says:

      my real passion is to work with people with learning disabilities which I currently do on a freelance basis. MY problem is that I am a recent graduate and nobody wants to give someone a stressful high pressures job to a grad! Even though this is what I thrive from! Moan moan moan haha

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      • Virgo Reed says:

        When it comes to some jobs, lack of experience can be a setback, especially in a stressful high pressure job. But you are gaining some experience with working with people with learning disabilities. Continue to do that and maybe get an entry position that you can build up on. Maybe even volunteering with a major charity dealing with people with learning disabilities may help, or a government agency that deals with the same. All the best. 🙂

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  1. Stacey Shubitz says:

    You will figure it out. You’re only 22. I didn’t know what I wanted to do with my life at your age. (I did, but I pushed it aside. I wanted to teach, but instead went into the publishing world/cosmetics industry.)

    Use Mary Oliver for inspiration. What will you do with this one wild and precious life?

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  2. Leigh Anne says:

    I have an almost 21 year old son is trying to figure this out too. I know it is not easy. I returned to college to become a teacher at the age of 40…so you have plenty of time! 🙂

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