Buckeye in Bama

Rambling thoughts of a Yankee transplanted to the south.

What to do?

For over two months now, I have not worked full-time at one job. I have a part-time job that I really like, and have been working full-time hours from home on another job. But the hours will not last.

I was a bit lost for a while after quitting my “dream” job. This summer is the first time that I have not had any plans for the future. I am living day-by-day. What a new concept! A bit frightening, but also very liberating. To top it off, my children have been with their grandparents for three weeks and this has left me with no big messes to clean up and a house that is VERY quiet.

It has given me a lot of time to think and think and think 🙂 I have not been applying for jobs and have stopped looking for now. I am going to let life unfold and see what happens. I am letting go of the control that I have held on to so tightly for years.

The best side effect of this situation is that my stress level has been greatly reduced. For that, I am grateful.

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