Decisions, decisions. So many decisions.
Don't you sometimes wish that someone else can decide what your next step in life is supposed to be?
Erm... maybe not. I think I'd grow tired of that very quickly.
I suppose decision-making is harder when you find yourself at a big fork in the road. This isn't apples vs oranges or jeans vs a skirt. The decision I'm faced with will map out the next year of my life. Maybe more.
Some people say it's easy to make a big shift during a recession. It's a chance to leave behind the old and move on to something new. The most daring take gambles at this time and try to create a dramatic shift... in thought, perspective and in actions.
I'm still trying to figure out if I'm one of those daring people.
In just over a week I'll have some news for all of you. Some big news, in fact. Sorry about the suspense, but I don't have anything concrete to tell just yet, and I want to be sure before I say anything.
But if this yo-yo of an experience has taught me anything, it's that I'm more patient than I ever imagined I was.
And that V is right: I do think a lot... so much in fact, that I make my head spin. Head spinning sucks at the best of times (think red wine highs).
I hope that within the next two weeks I'll find myself on a path that will allow me to commit more concretely to what I'm doing.
Think some Joel Olsten will help?
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