As you may or may not know, I am a project manager and Social Media Director at a small marketing firm in Ontario. The past year has been a year of enlightenment as I’ve learned what I am good at, where my weaknesses are, and where my passions lie.
In 2004, I quit the best job ever. It was a not for profit and it wasn’t because that the place was better but that I was doing it for a purpose rather than a profit. I think it’s time I worked towards some social good as my passion is social media.
I’m a very proud woman who has never taken the funds from another without work being done. I work very hard! As well, this year I’ve spent an exorbitant amount of money focusing on my passion with complete fatigue. This has probably been the best year ever but with a lot of hard work and stress. I’m not enjoying my life wholeheartedly.
As I crusade to get healthier, I’m always questioning whether there’s an underlying illness that is making my young body so sore and weak. It truly scares me to think that there could come a day where I’m finally living my passion but with an illness that throws a wrench into my plans.
Tuesday is going to be a new day for me. I’m heading to the gym to start my workout plan. I’m also going to start doing something that I’ve never done before; meal planning. Being organized has never been my greatest forte so we’ll see how that goes! It’s going to take a lot of hard work and discipline to keep on keepin on!
So, with all of this said, I want to encourage my young and old readers to make life count. Make every moment count. If you don’t like what you are doing, then change it. If life is getting you down, there’s always a way out. It may take a lot of hard work and effort but make the change that gives you the power to love, live, and laugh.