Good Morning! Today is a rainy day in the DMV. Weather always interestingly affects peoples' dispositions, but I hope my team at work can cope (and me, too! Lol)!
Yesterday was good. I got back into the swing of things at work, and we made progress on our project. I'm excited to follow up on that today. Moreover, I feel so peaceful today. I have the chorus from "While We're Young" by Jhene Aiko in my head, and it's so soothing. It's really massaging my mood for today and maintaining my positivity!
Random thought: What if you really did exactly what you wanted to do without regard to financial capabilities to do it or financial expectations from it? How would your life be? More blissful because you're walking more in your purpose? More stressful because of financial burdens? Can it be both? Is it discouraging to live the life you see in your dreams if it's both? Why let finances domineer purpose?
As I enter my 5th, and final, undergraduate year of college, I ponder this question. I am about to apply to full time roles, fellowships, etc. and having a clear vision of what I want my next step to be is imperative now, more than ever. It's a tough question to answer for me as I am finding my energy through connecting students to professional opportunities, but I also feel rewarded upon exceptional completion (and small victories along the way) of a technical project. I pray for revelation daily, and slowly, my path is unraveling. I'll keep you posted.
Anywho, live today as if a camera crew were following you! Be the best you can be!