Can't wait to meet ya!
OK, you asked....if I was a millionaire and could do anything I want: I would donate large amounts to programs for homeless people and pets and then spend most of my time volunteering at Wayside Waifs and City Union Mission, and at Best Friends Animal Society in Utah. I'd also definitely do volunteer work in a literacy program, helping adults and children learn to read. Oh, and work with animal rescue groups that help out in disasters such as Hurricane Katrina, etc. (In my spare time I would travellllllll!!) I'm intrigued by your question...will look forward to reading some of the responses. Best wishes to you in your new and exciting career, Jennifer -- I know you will be an AWESOME nurse!! Barb
Great post. I'm very excited for you. It's apparent from reading your post that you have indeed found something something that you are passionate about. It got me to thinking. With my career, I'm not doing what I love, but I love what I'm doing. In life, I've learned to be content in whatever setting I'm in.Both of those areas change all the time, sometimes daily. The trick is to keep yourself pointed in the direction that will keep your personal joy at an acceptable level.I'm not sure what I'm going to be when I grow up, but I'll be content. That doesn't mean that I've settled, life's just too short to be short with life. Find beauty in each and every day. That's what I love to do.
I would give my MrPaperless seminars to small business owners to help them understand the importance of being more efficient, more streamlined and most important . . . more profitable by becoming a paperless office.
If I could do anything I wanted...I would travel the world, see it all, and soak it all in.I'm so happy that you've found something you're passionate about! You will go far in life!
I would write fiction stories/novels and send criminals to prison!I turned in my applications to law school last week, so now it's just waiting to hear back. I'm so excited and so, so proud of myself for having the courage to do what I've always wanted.It sounds like you have done the same. I'm tremendously happy to hear you're enjoying your nursing career. You certainly worked hard for it!Love ya girl!
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