Gone are the days where we live in one place and work in one job until the day we die… in case you missed the memo, routine is out and travel is in! But because most of us can’t afford to travel full time, we have a day job that affords us the luxury of traveling to new and exciting places in our allocated annual leave periods each year. But what if you don’t want to only travel when you have annual leave? What if you want to combine working and traveling, to get the best of both worlds, sight-seeing and making money simultaneously? Well then you need to consider working for a health care agency.
Today I turn 26
I have lived more than a quarter of a century on this earth, and I honestly feel like I’m just starting to learn the ropes now
I mean, who really has this life thing all sorted? Does anyone really know what they’re doing? Continue reading “A moment of reflection on my 26th birthday”
“Inā kei te mohio koe ko wai koe, I anga mai koe i hea, kei te mohio koe. Kei te anga atu ki hea”
“If you know who you are and where you are from, then you will know where you are going”
When I knew I wanted to create a blog / website, I struggled for ages with what to name it. A girl I used to go to high school with is a very successful blogger (check out intrepid introvert – she was the inspiration behind this website) and her advice was to make sure that the name of the website makes it very obvious to people what you’re all about. In other words, don’t be super creative and elusive to the point of no one knowing what it is that you’re doing, let loose on the internet with an obscure website and no sense of purpose.
Here I am, a routine based, homebody, ‘play it safe’ girl who only likes uncertainty and unpredictability in short bursts of adrenaline precipitated by emergency bells and the hustle bustle of life saving measures in the comfort of a cushy tertiary level hospital environment.
But have I always been like that?