My New Rural Life
BUT I finally want to share all this because it was a lesson to be learned.
|My new herb garden! Pic is post clean-up where it still needed fencing (and something to fill the empty spot).
Let's face it: We have all had to make some serious considerations this year. I did too - I knew that since I now have a mortgage to look after, I want to ensure there's never a concern with my income. I was actually ready to start applying to jobs again when the first door opened -- one of my past mentors reached out to me. Here I am, sitting amongst the only space not piled with boxes, having a Zoom video call with one of my spiritual teachers that I look up to (while trying to tame my sweaty packing look!)... and suddenly I feel a new leaf turn as we discuss some projects to begin working on. No questions asked, my answer was YES! Opportunities like this should be grabbed... especially when the very idea reinvigorates you, as it did for me. Of course: just as I began to get comfortable with that work, inquiries from new local clients started coming. Being proud of who I am and showing others ways that I can help them has begun to bring the right people to my circle.