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January 21, 2008



Jen your sentiments ring true. I have left my full-time job to spend more time with my family and create a life and business that fits in with my lifestyle. But sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and say "did I quit my job?", "why did I do that?". Without a fancy title, or an office it's hard to find one's identity that was so intertwined with those things for so long. (9 years!)The first week, I wandered around my neighborhood, a little lost by being outside during the midday hours instead of being behind a desk. It didn't take long to start breathing in the fresh air, and get excited by the possible new experiences to have, new people to meet, new risks to take.

While things may be unstable for now and money a bit tight, I am confident that what lies ahead will only be positive. Many LWL'ers have taken the leap and others are still contemplating. You will know when the time is right, and have faith. It's all good!


Just goes to show, sometimes ya' gotta do something even if it's wrong. Great post, keep 'em coming. You are inspiring.

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