I want a job that I love, one that inspires me, one that challenged me to learn new things, and one that will never become a 9-5 built on routines and patterns with a limit on how much there is to learn

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Being a university student was my way of choosing a career path that can change and grow with multiple possibilities of where it could lead me. An opportunity to learn new concepts and skills and expand the possibilities of [what] I can be when I grow up.

https://akbuniwork.wordpress.com/2022/03/16/what-being-a-university-studnet-means-to-me

In addition to all this discomfort, I’ve also felt a sense of hope and unexpressed potential peeking through, like something really cool could be coming down the pipe

Keywords: Anxiety , Growth , Life experience , Life transitions , Relationships , Twenties , Writing

That sense of vastness, that life can be what I want it to be, and the startling realization that there really aren’t many rules (if any!) on how to do it properly.

https://introvertatlas.wordpress.com/2021/08/09/introduction-for-real

Sometimes it’s scary to feel alone in [learning to be] more confident in my self-expression, whether that’s with people I meet or in what I choose to do in life

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[…] even though it seems like everyone has something to do and accomplish, something to catch up on because they’ve run short on time, it’s okay to be alone, feeling like all you have is time and possibilities. It’s okay to be writing a blog entry that maybe no one will read because I have dreams and goals. It’s okay to be doing anything and feeling alone in the process. Because honestly, everyone has too much on their own plate to be worrying about where you’re going and what you’re doing. I’m not saying no one has an interest in one another, but we all have something we either want to accomplish or need to accomplish that nobody else can do but you.

https://bonitappetit.com/2021/07/02/a-new-direction