Wow... This post is likely going to be all over the place, by design of course. As most of you know, I am a Social Worker. I determine benefits for the SNAP/Food Stamp program, as well as other government entitlement program benefits ranging from child care to Medicaid. Next Thursday, I will be finished with my undergraduate degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University and I am deciding on a few different universities for my Masters degree.
This year has been a hard year, a good year though. It is time for me to change careers. I have recently applied for a few different companies. I am not for sure what I want to do, but I know I need to be in a career where I foster relationships with people. Immediately, I think of pharmaceutical sales, a position as a buyer, something in the insurance industry.
I have done so much with my life, I have lost 170 pounds, I am graduating college, I have done things some never or couldnt do. My greatest accomplishment is never giving up on my education. I didnt do it like most do, but I didnt quit. I did it while I had kid, a family and a full time job. I will achieve all my goals. I just have to realize they wont always happen in the time frame that I want them to.
I am refocusing now on my diet and exercise needs. This is the next step... Time to finish this process, one I started long ago.
Have you ever had a year or a time period in your life that was hard, but it was a good year at the same time? What goals have you accomplished, what is your greatest accomplishment?