I realized that I could either continue on the path that the world wrote for me or start my own

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My first thought was that I want out. I didn’t want to be part of the society and culture anymore. I wanted to make my own decisions, fend for myself, and survive on my own the best I could. I didn’t get very far because I realized that I didn’t even know how to get food unless it came from the grocery store. This is when I started to connect all the dots. I couldn’t get food unless I had money. I couldn’t get money unless I had a job. I ended up right back where I was in the first place. I poor college graduate working a low wage job just to scrape by.

https://andrew-judd.com/2021/05/14/why-i-made-this-blog

Ideally it would be great to get the chance to go into places you think you’d have an interest for a day or two just to see if you would like it

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Kind of like work experience in any places you think you’d like because I assume there’s way more people like me who have no idea what they want to do still and this might help us choose something. Is that a bad idea let me know your thoughts? I’ve always been jealous of people who knew what they wanted to do since they were in school it was something I never knew. The only thing that every really came up was I’ve a business head so something in business but that area is SO BROAD there’s so many different parts to it.

https://itsemer.wordpress.com/2021/05/10/whats-next

When I realized that I wanted to spend more time with the kids as they grew up, I quit my banking job to work in a school as a teacher for a few years

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We need to assess how we connect with society at large? Are we happy with our connections? Do we have enough friends when the going is rough? Or do we have a support system? Do we talk to our neighbors and know what’s happening in their lives? Do we chat and connect with our parents and siblings? If not, what steps can take to remedy that?

https://rpisces.com/2020/12/22/how-can-you-lead-a-fulfilled-life