We've made it - I'm officially 29, that magical age that so many women claim to be. (Is that still a thing? It definitely was when I was younger.) When I turned 28, I committed to following my curiosity, and I think we can all agree I did just that. The end of my teaching fellowship brought on lots of questions about my future plans, but a few of the biggest (for me) were "Do I want to be a librarian?" and "How do I become a librarian?"
If I'm being honest with myself, that's been my dream for a while now, and going back to school became step one in the process. Taking a step away from blogging to focus on schoolwork was step two. I'm figuring out the rest of the steps as I go, and stocking up on some wisdom for the journey. Here's where my attention is these days:
I'm truly hoping that this article rings true this year. I think I can feel a glimmer of it.
I've got a year to actually get into the habit of flossing, I guess.
Things a 31 yr old is learning...and things a 29 year old could take to heart.
Feeling similarly at 29...I think I know what I want to be, now I just have to get an employer to agree.