what is your degree in again?
Sent at 9:04 PM on Thursday
me: I think I figured out what I have a passion for. I just read about a field and I got all giddy because it sounded so right, thats a good thing right?
brenyn: bachelors of education and allied professors family studies
me: what i was going to do!
me: I was going to get BS in educ. But now I have been endlessly searching professions/car
eers/majors and I found one I love the sound of.
brenyn: yeah it is a good thing , depending on what your reading thought since most things can sound good on paper lol
what is it
me: I don't think so. I think everything sounds awful. I have been realizing lately that I don't get excited much anymore, about anything.
BS in Health Education and then a MA in Health Administration.
brenyn: i think the more you know the less exciting things are in genereal
me: Vic can hire me some day when he has his own prac
Or vice versa.
I have ALWAYS wanted a chance to work in a hospital.
brenyn: health admin is good can be a tough field with health care the way it is and death etc
Sent at 9:09 PM on Thursday
brenyn: i can do you there
not do thats weird
me: Yeah bound to be a big transition with insurance changing.
Sent at 9:11 PM on Thursday
me: I always see people wrecking their bodies and want to do something to help them and I feel like I can actually identify with the suggested personality for the field.
Which I never have. Usually I am like "Umm I could be that way I guess."
And death does not bother me, suffering does though.
Sent at 9:13 PM on Thursday
me: plus I am interested in the big money from health administration. *cough
Sent at 9:14 PM on Thursday
brenyn: yeah i mean any degree you can make what you want out of it
brenyn: you think that will get you where you wanna go, go for it
brb gotta run
Man plans, God laughs.
brenyn: lol we gotta make plan or we are sitting here waiting lol
In the meantime I am making endless charts. As perscribed in my textbook entitled "Career Acheivement" I need to tally the positives and negatives (for everything), note my strengths and what I want to work on and put on paper some quantitive goals. Some of it sounds like witchcraft but I can understand the having mesaurable goals on paper part. I have a to do list each day because it gives me something to aim for and feel proud of when I cross things off. Why not have a to-do (to-try) list for the longer term?
I am probably arriving later than a lot of people at this conclusion but hey, I got there.
Don't laugh at me, I bruise like a peach.