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How I Got A New Job

Happy “up the hump” day! As my dad calls it…

I thought today I would bring everyone up to speed on what’s been going on in these parts. If I’ve seemed scatterbrained the past month or two, not myself, or just ‘meh’, this is why.

I’ve been unhappy. Not unhappy in my marriage. Not unhappy in my friendships. Not unhappy in myself. But unhappy in my work. Unhappy in those 9 hours a day I’ve spent sitting at a desk working at a job that was literally draining ME from ME. So much so that Adam eventually just told me I should just quit so he could have his happy wife back. Obviously I’m not going to quit my job without a plan, so thus began, the job hunt.

My brother, knowing I’ve been going through what I like to call a “quarter life crisis”, suggested I read Dan Miller’s 48 Days To The Work You Love. He said it would help me hone in on what type of work I should be doing, and what would make me happy, and how to make it happen. I put it off for the longest time, but after being miserable for too long, and questioning why on God’s green earth I majored in a useless degree such as Psychology instead of sticking with Marketing, I finally went and bought it.

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I’ve always known I wanted to work in a more creative environment, but for some reason wanted the corporate experience so, so bad. I always told my mom I wanted to work in a big building, wear a pencil skirt and heels to work every day, and carry a “big girl” purse to complete my outfit. Now, I have re-thought that mindset and decided that corporate life is maybe not my cup of tea. Bless those souls who can endure it for their whole careers. Now I know why people say they “live for the weekends.” More power to ’em, I say, but I’m too young to dread going to work day in and day out, and start the countdown to Saturday, on Monday morning. I refuse to let that be me.

So, I did something about it. I made up my mind that I would find something else, and wouldn’t stop looking until the perfect opportunity came along, even if that meant making sacrifices before or after.

First let’s back up to what exactly broke the camel’s back. I really was okay in my adminstrative job. I didn’t hate it. Didn’t love it. But it was easy, tolerable, somewhat enjoyable, and still offered great benefits. A blessing, really. Then, Adam and I decided maybe it was time I pursue photography full time, and stop overbooking my free time. The decision was made. That was the plan. Then this happened…

The very same day that we had decided that’s what I would do, my boss called me back into his office and offered/gave me a promotion. A “lateral” promotion in terms of monetary thinking, but a HUGE step up in terms of company growth. I was shocked, but thankful all the while. The only problem was that it wasn’t a promotion I wanted, but a promotion I knew I had to take. I explain it like this: to anyone in the finance industry, any finance major out there, this would be an incredible opportunity, and they would kill to have this chance that I was being given. But for someone with no related background, no interest, and no drive to make it in this field, it’s less than enjoyable.

I started in my new position, but quickly realized I was miserable, stressed, and hated coming to work everyday. This was probably evident by my daily ponytails and lack of eyeliner. I know. I really did try to enjoy it. I really tried my best. I really tried to learn it. But, it just wasn’t happenin’. Not this time, and probably not again in the future. Ever. So, the job hunt was back on. Oh, and we decided against going photog. full time, thus the job hunt.

I started reading my 48 Days book, got myself motivated, wrote down my plans, continued blogging and teaching myself new things, and then it just all sort of worked out. As usual, God is a silly, silly man. Or thing. Whatever you believe.

The past several months, as you’ve noticed, I’ve been blogging my little heart out, just for funsies. Well, along with blogging comes a whole new world of online marketing, SEO, SEM, online presence, social media, google analytics, html, web design, and all things related. I didn’t think much of it at first, but eventually realized I have a huge geeky passion for these things, and was actually really interested in them. They’re topics that just click. I understand them, and I’m always excited to learn more. They’re constantly changing, so I’m always intrigued. I felt like if I could pursue a career in something similar, I would be set, and it’s a field that will always be needed. I felt like it also blended in nicely with my background in owning my photography business, and in my mind, all of my previous creative “work” that I never considered to be “work” had actually been teaching me loads of info that I could now apply to the work world!

So, I kept reading my book, outlining my plan of action,writing down my goals (because good things tend to happen when you put your mind to paper), and reached out to as many people as possible and let them know what I was looking for and to keep an eye open for me. A point that Dan Miller makes in his book is to not be afraid to tell people what you want to do, because by telling people you’re reaffirming your goals and are making a positive step in the direction you want to go. I also kept teaching myself as much as I could, and reading source after source and soaking up what I could.

I applied to several positions, heard good things from one, and nada from the others. I was getting so frustrated why these positions I was applying for that I thought surely I was qualified for, weren’t getting back to me, even after I followed up. I was about ready to kick the can and give up after one in particular job I thought I wanted told me no, when Adam said, “don’t worry, it just means something better is right around the corner.” That was a Monday.

On Wednesday, I got a surprise text screen-shot of a Facebook status from a friend of mine. (Hello God-send friend!) It was a picture of a status that said this particular company was hiring and looking for someone to do their SEO/Content Management. Taking it as a sign, seeing how the night before I had written down my goals with one of them saying “become an SEO specialist, or find something in advertising/marketing/web,” I emailed the person and frantically told them I was interested, but was at work so couldn’t send my resume over until later that night. I didn’t send a professional email, in fact I wrote it exactly how I talk. Over-it at this point, so I figured what the hay, I might as well sound like me.

Two hours later, I had an email in my inbox from them asking when I could come in and talk to them. That night after work I interviewed, and the following Monday I was offered the job.

Lesson learned #1: God knows what’s up. Don’t give up hope, He doesn’t want you to be miserable either. Something better probably IS right around the corner, and if you would just be quiet for two seconds and be patient, you will see it too.

I really am still amazed at how things worked out. So many answered prayers, and with perfect timing.

My new job title is Project Manager at a digital marketing/web design company that is a sister agency to a larger advertising agency here in town. I’ll be working with SEO and doing content management for clients’ websites. If you’ve been living under a rock, SEO = Search Engine Optimization (the reason Google and other search engines list their search results in the order they do) and SEM = Search Engine Marketing. SEO isn’t going anywhere. Every company these days has a website, and every company wants their website to rank high and appear in the search results when a potential customer either A. searches for them in particular or B. searches within that niche. There are specific strategies and tools seo’s can use to develop a plan to achieve higher rankings, and there’s a lot of creative thinking and results interpreting involved. It’s really interesting once you dive into it. Think about it, if you are an ice cream company in Little Rock, Arkansas, and someone types the keywords: little rock ice cream companies into their Google search bar, don’t you want to be listed first? Or at LEAST show up on the first page of Google’s search results? The odds of a customer clicking on YOUR link, on that front page, or better yet as the first result, and visiting your website, are much greater than that customer scrolling through pages and pages of search results and then deciding to land on your link somewhere along the way. Now, in order to achieve that ranking with Google, there are ranking factors that go into it, and certain things Google/Bing/Yahoo do and don’t “like” about websites, so it’s up to seo’s to figure out what those factors are and tailor the website so that it will perform better.

Basically. Very basically.

Make sense?

I’m super excited, and finally feel like I’m moving in the right direction. I can’t wait to learn more geeky goodness!

Lesson learned #2: To all you college kids out there. Listen to your parents. Don’t pick a dumb major. And if that major you’re picking REQUIRES grad school, you better be 200% positive that’s what you want to do.

Lesson learned #3: If you do end up not listening to your parents, and somehow graduate with a useless degree, behold, you still have a chance in this world. I taught myself a new career, and you can too. A positive attitude and a lot of ambition can get you a long way.

“If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”- Henry David Thoreau.

And because I need more babies in my life, my sweet cousin had her baby girl this morning 🙂 Happy day!

I’m already feeling much less stressed, and ready to take on my half marathon and marathon training by storm! Bring it on world, I’m ready to be happy again!

Questions? What job/career would you like to pursue and hope to one day work in?

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  • Reply
    Jenn
    August 27, 2013 at 4:48 pm

    Congratulations! Best of luck in this new chapter! Although, I am pretty sure you are going to kick butt!

    Want to talk about useless majors? Motion pictures, baby! I was able to segue that into event and sports marketing before my husband and I decided that I would be stay home with our son, so it wasn’t a complete loss. I still loved every minute of it and don’t regret it at all.

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 2:14 pm

      Jenn- Thanks girl!! Bahaha motion pictures might take the cake 🙂 But it sounds like you found a way to make it work!!

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    Kelly @ Kelly Runs for Food
    August 27, 2013 at 6:45 pm

    Yay! Congratulations on the new job, I bet it feels amazing to move forward. I’m pretty much in my dream job right now (one of them anyway!) working in higher education. I really hope this turns out to be awesome for you!
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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 2:15 pm

      Kelly- Thank you! Good for you, girl!! That sounds awesome! What exactly do you do again??

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    Katie @ Daily Cup of Kate
    August 27, 2013 at 6:58 pm

    Congrats to you that is so exciting! I should really read that book!
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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 2:16 pm

      Katie- Thanks! I’m excited 🙂 Yes you should! It’s wonderful!

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    Charlotte @ Commitness to Fitness
    August 27, 2013 at 7:55 pm

    Congratulations!!! Ahhh im SO happy for you!! and your switch into something you really want to do is SO SO SO inspiring for me in that YES its possible even with a pointless major (yep, me too) and no real professional experience in what you want to do (once again, me too). and i love how the blog helped!! im hoping to use my blog as leverage alwo out of the finance world. and its soo funny because i said the EXACT SAME THING about the corporate world when i was younger- i wanted the big buildings, the corporate dress, all of it – and now i want to wear jeans every day and just have a chill environment. im SO psyched for you!!
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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 2:18 pm

      Charlotte- Thanks Charlotte!!! Yay for pointless majors 🙂 I think you are such an AWESOME writer, and I know since you want to do that full time and SOON, your blog is PERFECT leverage!! You can do it!!!

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    Ashley
    August 27, 2013 at 9:27 pm

    ha! when you commented this morning saying you work in the financial industry, i was wondering if that was the old job or new. now i see that it’s old! this post couldn’t have come at a better time for me. i’m feeling the same way you did- working in an office that’s great for some people but i just don’t care about the work. at all. i’m coming home drained every day and i hate living like that! i’m so glad the job hunt worked out for you– now i have hope for mine too!!! congrats and so happy for you!!
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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 2:20 pm

      Ashley- Yessss!! That’s exactly what I was going through!! You can make a change!! Do it do it do it!!

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    Jen @ milesandblessings
    August 27, 2013 at 9:44 pm

    This is so exciting!!! I am so happy for you. It is pretty important, and makes a big difference, to be doing something you like when you are spending 40 hours a week doing it! I know you feel relieved in all areas of your life!
    I have been really wanting to look into getting certified and doing online coaching. I love where I am at and what I am doing, but if it works out someday I would love to be an online coach! I love motivating people toward their fitness goals, whatever they may be!
    Since you have a knack for all the techy stuff, if I am ever in your neck of the wooods can I stop by and have explain it all to me!!!!! That is the one thing that is intimidating to me about blogging…trying to figure the techy out!!!! 🙂

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 2:20 pm

      Jen- Thank you! That is a great idea! You would be perfect at that!! Is that a long process to get certified? Sounds good, we can chat anytime! 🙂

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    Matilda
    August 27, 2013 at 9:45 pm

    God is the only one that knows and sees the future. He knows what’s best for you, and he knew something awesome was coming your way.
    So yay for the new job Sarah that’s fantastic.

    As for me I always wanted to do photography, or something crafty. Next year when Miles is in school I’ll really be able to push the photography side of things (like newborns), but if that doesn’t work out, it doesn’t work out, I’m sure something will come along and be perfect for me.
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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 2:25 pm

      Matilda- Thanks! You should definitly try to do photography full time, I think that would be fantastic! 🙂

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    Ashley
    August 27, 2013 at 10:50 pm

    Congrats! That is beyond exciting, and I think it’s fairly obvious that you’ve earned it. Good things come to good people, I know it 🙂 So happy for you and can’t wait to hear more about the journey!

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 2:26 pm

      Ashley- Aw thank you! You’re too sweet. I believe that too 🙂

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    Dan Miller
    August 27, 2013 at 11:16 pm

    Sweet Miles,
    Wow – what a great blog. Congratulations on clarifying your vision and taking action to land the new job. I’m delighted to have played some small part in helping you believe for and “see” a better opportunity. Useless degrees come and go but having clear skills and an engaging personality win out every time. Hope you enjoy this next chapter of your life.

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 3:19 pm

      Dan- Thank you! I’m so glad you stopped by, it meant the world! Your book really did ignite a fire, and I am forever grateful of that! Thank you, again 🙂

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    Julie
    August 27, 2013 at 11:31 pm

    OK, this is getting weird. I feel like I always read your posts at JUST the right moment. I had training at my new job today and had to read over 90 pages about SEO, online marketing, etc. and I was obsessed! I don’t know how I’ve blogged without it for the past few months. I’m so excited to implement the plan in my blog and for the company. I love how you mentioned that you read the book, wrote out your goals and God seemed to line it all up. I’ve also been struggling with trying to find where my passions/talents/work intersects recently so I’m hoping to come to the same realization as you soon. AND I’m also working at an online marketing company this semester. What are the odds?! So funny how similar our situations are!

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 3:20 pm

      Julie- Crazy!!! Haha I’m glad you liked it! It’s interesting stuff! I’m sure you will be super successful in whatever you want to do 🙂

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    Kelly @ racesrepsramblings
    August 28, 2013 at 8:45 am

    WOHOOOOOO!!!! Congrats on the new job!!! That is awesome. It sounds like it will be a great fit and something that will really let you grow! Yay!!! Congrats again 🙂

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 3:21 pm

      Kelly- Thanks Kelly!!

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    Ksenija @ Health Ninja
    August 28, 2013 at 8:59 am

    This post is totally inspiring. I am a Marketing major and currently writing my master thesis. I feel like I’ve chosen the wrong topic (due to financial reasons, a company is paying me for the thesis) and I am way more interested in social media marketing. But I also feel like – what the heck, I just apply for those jobs and do the best I can. Hopefully they will notice my enthusiasm and commitment to this field and still choose me over someone who had the right thesis, but probably less online experience.
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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 3:22 pm

      Ksenija- I’m so glad! I think now days companies take a pretty big look at your enthusiasm for sure! Good luck!

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    Mandi @ Miles and Mascara
    August 28, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    Congratulations! I always think its so amazing when someone finds their true calling in life and their dream job becomes a reality. I just wish I was able to do that. I’m in your former situation but I want to find out what I can see myself doing full time before beginning a new job search.

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 3:23 pm

      Mandi- Thanks! You can do it! I think if you start reading that book it would help you clarify some things 🙂

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    Kristin @ A Mom on the Run
    August 28, 2013 at 1:57 pm

    Congratulations!! How exciting!! I have another friend that recently switched jobs and went from a more corporate environment dealing with insurance to being a social media manager for a marketing firm and she loves going to work now! It’s so nice when you don’t dread work and you really enjoy what you do! I’m so happy for you!

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 3:24 pm

      Kristin- Thanks! That’s awesome!! That definitly sounds like her quality of life improved quite a bit 🙂

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    Sarah @ Making Thyme for Health
    August 28, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    Congratulations on your new job! It sounds like such an interesting field to work in and I’m sure you will learn so much that is helpful to blogging and vice versa.
    That’s pretty amazing that you just put yourself out there. I love your determination!

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 3:24 pm

      Sarah- Thank you! I’m excited, I’m sure I’ll learn a ton!!

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    Anna @AnnaTheApple
    August 29, 2013 at 7:09 am

    Congrats! I hope it goes well. Let us know if you enjoy it! Sounds like such a fasinating job.

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 3:25 pm

      Anna- Thank you! I sure will 🙂

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    Natalie@fit.fun.femme.
    August 29, 2013 at 9:37 am

    This is AWESOME. I love reading stories like this. I had a similar experience a few months ago. I read Lean In, realized I wasn’t getting what I needed and had started to resent my chosen path, and so I decided to do something about it. A handful of interviews and rejections later – the job that I really wanted all along called, interviewed me, and now I’m finishing my first week there 🙂 It’s all about determination…and maybe a little lucky timing! Congrats!!!!!!

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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 3:25 pm

      Natalie- Woohoo!! That’s an awesome story!! I have not heard of ‘Lean In’ but maybe I should look into it! Good for you, girl!!

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    Davida @ The Healthy Maven
    August 29, 2013 at 4:11 pm

    I swear I could have written this post!!!! Seriously, why did I major in psych? I have ZERO aspirations to go to grad school…ah well. Here I am 2 years post grad in a job I absolutely hate. For a psych major it’s a great opportunity but for me it feels like torture. I know my interest is in nutrition and health and would love to take a leap into that industry, but don’t know how. I am going out and purchasing Dan Miller’s book tomorrow!

    Thank you for writing this post. Your courage to take the leap is inspiring. I hope I can find the same courage as you!
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      Sweet Miles
      August 29, 2013 at 4:21 pm

      Davida- Haha I’m cracking up! I think schools should make students who decide to major in Psychology take a serious look at what they’re thinking first!! You can totally find a way to use your passion! The right thing WILL come along! I think Dan Miller’s book would definitly help you figure some things out 🙂 I’m so glad this post helped you!!

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    Nicole
    August 30, 2013 at 12:02 am

    Congrats on the new job, that’s awesome! I know that a lot of people say, ” a job is just a job”…but it’s something that takes up so much of your time, so why wouldn’t you want to be happy with what you’re doing and passionate about your work? I think that a lot of people find themselves so blah with their job, that it spills over into the rest of their lives. Good for you for taking the steps to finding a better fit, and essentially what I’m sure will lead to a happier you!

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      Sweet Miles
      August 30, 2013 at 1:09 pm

      Nicole- Thank you! I agree completely..if you’re going to be doing something 40+ hours a week, you owe it to yourself to not be miserable doing it!

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    Jamie @ fitfortherun
    August 30, 2013 at 6:44 am

    I’m a little late, but congratulations! That is awesome. I sometimes feel like I’m in the same boat as you were. I would LOVE to get a job in health promotion, specifically with kids 🙂

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      Sweet Miles
      August 30, 2013 at 1:10 pm

      Jamie- Thank you! You can do it!! That would be AWESOME! 🙂 And rewarding too!

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    Sara @ Fit.Fun.Femme
    August 30, 2013 at 11:51 am

    OMG – CONGRATS sweet lady! So so so happy for you and I think I REALLY need to check out this book. Can’t wait to hear all about your new adventures. And I’m also obsessed with John Mayer, no matter what J. Simp or K. Perry say about him :). Happy Friday!

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      Sweet Miles
      August 30, 2013 at 1:11 pm

      Sara- Thanksss girl!! Yes you do 🙂 HAHA love John Mayer..I’ve been a big fan ever since his very first single! J. Simp and K. Perry don’t know what they’re missing 😉 Well, they do, but you know what I mean 🙂

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    Emily @ Perfection Isn't Happy
    August 30, 2013 at 1:06 pm

    This actually made me cry. First of all, congratulations! Second of all, it’s like I could’ve written this myself. I graduated with my degree in Communications. I worked a year as a writer, left because I didn’t like the company, and started teaching in a school — I listened to everyone else around me who told me that I would make a good teacher. Well…I didn’t. I hated going to work everyday — threw my hair in a messy bun and put on very little makeup before I went to work. I didn’t care enough, which is not good in that environment. So in May, I quit. I found a seasonal job for the summer, but now that’s over, and I’m looking for something in communications again. I had an interview, didn’t get the job, and now I continue looking. It’s not easy, but I know something better is around the corner. I’m just so glad that someone else can relate :).
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      Sweet Miles
      August 30, 2013 at 1:12 pm

      Emily- Aww girl! Thank you! I’m so glad this post meant something to you and that you could relate. I hope it inspires you to find out how to be happy and get that job you want! I was exactly where you are!! It’s miserable..and when you’re miserable at work it effects every other aspect of your life! It’s hard sometimes not to listen to everyone else’s opinions..but you have to do what’s best for you and what makes YOU happy..you can do it!!

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    Ashleigh
    August 30, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    Thanks for stopping by! I love your blog too 🙂 This post really resonates with me.

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    jenn @ runnderlust
    August 31, 2013 at 12:02 am

    Congratulations! 🙂 That is awesome. I have loved reading the comments, quotes, and useful information that you have gathered from 48 days and I added it to my book wish list!!
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      Sweet Miles
      September 4, 2013 at 10:01 am

      Jenn- Thanks Jenn!! Yes, you should definitly read it as well 🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed them!

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    Nicole @ Work in Sweats Mama
    September 3, 2013 at 3:51 pm

    Congrats! I am so excited and happy for you!!
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      Sweet Miles
      September 4, 2013 at 9:54 am

      Nicole- Thanks girl!!!

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    Chioma Ihekweazu
    October 8, 2013 at 8:47 am

    Great post! It’s such an awesome feeling when you figure out what you want to do and are actually able to do it. Congrats to you!
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    Bonnie @ Love, Marriage and Sex
    January 13, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    Wow, this really spoke to me. I am in a similar situation right now. It’s always a good reminder that God works in HIS time, not ours!
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    Nikki@will run for pizza
    June 15, 2014 at 8:41 am

    Oh my gosh I needed to read this today! wow. I came to your blog to find your post about the stories behind the pictures (i’m going to do one of those too and link it back to yours), and I have no idea how I came across this old post of yours, but it was needed. I too, have a useless Business degree. I hate my job. I live for the weekends. I take waaaaaay too many naps at my desk at work and can’t even stand to work an hour of OT when it’s offered b/c I’m so SICK of sitting at that freaking boring desk! (And I used to be the OT QUEEN at my other jobs!)
    Since starting my blog last July, and learning a little bit of coding along the way, I freaking LOVE it and have been trying to teach myself a little here and there. To hear that you did the same, is HUGE inspiration to me because I’ve thought, as I read about how you re-vamped your blog, that you had been doing this for YEARS and prob had a degree in it. Girl, your my new motivation that I CAN have a career that I love and that makes work not feel like WORK. I apologize in advance for the emails with questions you might start getting… 😉
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      Nikki@will run for pizza
      June 15, 2014 at 8:43 am

      And I used to say the same things as a kid about working in a big, corporate world. I’ve been in my current position for 6 months, and I have NO idea how people have survived in banking/corporate/desk jobs for even 6 years (I’ve been at my job for 4), let alone 30 and retire from there! I just can’t…
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      Sweet Miles
      June 15, 2014 at 6:01 pm

      Haha! So glad it was helpful!!! Feel free to email me anytime!! 🙂

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