A lovely read about Easter, vocation, and “holy friends” who call us to be all that we are in Christ.
I realized last year that I’ve never really put any thought into “designing” my own vocational path. I’ve “fallen into” three interesting jobs thus far, and I’ve enjoyed each of them. But now I’m realizing I intentionally need to identify my strengths, decide what field deserves the next two or three decades of my attention, and lay my foundation to pursue opportunities in that field.
I don’t have a tight direction in mind, but a few more thoughts about work, calling, career have coalesced for me in these opening months of 2015.
Why is starting so much more fun than finishing? If I’m brutally honest with myself, I can look around my
“People—particularly women—need to hear that you can start late.” ~Ursula LeGuin My friend Hannah wrote a great post on her
Yesterday I wandered around in the not-all-that-brilliant observation that I can’t really get a grasp on my own calling (what