Monday, December 3, 2012

Birthday/End of Year Reflections 2012

I missed my birthday reflections this year. There was/is so much going on that I have to deal with. I am still in the middle of much needed soul searching. I have been told that I can see flaws in anything and I can tell you 1,001 ways how something will go. That may be great in my business life but in my personal life it causes me to be a introvert and take the safe way out. Taking the safe way is not always the best way.

There were a few deaths around my birthday that made the day very somber. I find myself looking back on my life and not liking where I am right now. I want so much more and can not seem to find a way through the muck to get my footing. I do not like where my life is right now career-wise so I must find a way to change it. I must find a way to make my life make sense to me again because right now, it does not. I am thankful for how far I have come but I feel I have so much more to do.

I did not have a party this year. I went to the beach for a much needed change of scenery and it was okay but I wish I could have stayed a lot longer. The beach is so calming for me. Maybe because it brings back good childhood memories? This beach photo is similar to one on my vision board. I think I did almost everything on my vision board this year so maybe I need to be more specific on my next vision board.

I have been asked if the photos from my weekend are my own. Yes, I took them with my old point and shoot Nikon. Maybe I should look into digital photography.

I am open to any resources the blog family may recommend on helping on the career path. I must make a move in 2013. I have wasted way too much time.

Until Next Time,

Peace & Blessings...


  1. I think it's always important to look within. We need to recognize our flaws and stop pretending like we don't have any.

  2. I've commented here a few times since randomly stumbling on your blog (which I enjoy!)

    One thing that helped me was aptitude testing. There's a place in Fairfax/Annandale called Abi lities Potenti als (just take out the spaces) that was helpful. It's not cheap, but what I liked about it was the way the aptitudes were analyzed to link strengths and weaknesses together. Aptitude testing is different from, say, personality testing. Look into it if you're interested in the difference.

    All the best to you...