Sunday, July 29, 2012

Sunday Social--Working for the Weekend


Sunday Social



As always, thank you Neely and Ashley for this link up opportunity.  I have definitely been enjoying meeting new blogger friends from the Sunday Social.  


1. What is your dream job? 
Ok.  I might have to get complicated here and maybe even a little crazy.  I absolutely love doing what I do now.  It's the best job calling I could have ever asked God for.  It's perfect for me and I love knowing that I'm impacting lives in a positive way.  But if I could choose a job that is just for me I'd probably want to be...either a psychologist or a politician or a performer (but only I can actually be famous)...Or a stay at home mom...or a professional shopper.  I could make a profession out of that.

2. If you had just won the lottery and didn't need to work for money, what would you do with your time? 
I'd travel the world spending my money on good causes.  You can change a lot of people's lives with money.

3. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? 
I've always said that if God hadn't called me to be a preacher that I'd be a politician and if that didn't work out I'd be a psychologist.  If that didn't work out, I'd resign myself to being an interior decorator.

4. What piece of career advice would you give to someone just starting out in your field? 

Depends on the gender.  If you're male, get married.  If you're female, go for your masters and consider getting married.

5. Biggest Pet Peeves either in life or in blogging or at work: 
Seriously I have so many that I don't know if I could list them all.  (More of that here.)  My main problem or pet peeve is actually myself.  I'm passionate about everything.  If I care about something at all then I am all over it all the time.  I guess I'm saying I annoy myself.  I'm fairly certain that my life would be a lot less complicated if I just didn't care so much.  (That sounds egotistical, but I'll trade you minds if you want and then you'll understand.)

6. Biggest Fears: 
Failure, mediocracy, and insignificance.  Those three words are the scariest in the world.


Thank you for reading.  I look forward to meeting you on the blog hop.

4 comments:

  1. I'm so happy to find a fellow Christian/beginner vegetarian blogger! I just went to a new church this morning for the first time in years and all day God has been connecting me to people and opportunities. I'm excited to follow you!

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and following. :)

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  2. I love your answers. I can completely understand the passionate answer. Sometimes I have to take a step back because I get too wrapped up or overly involved in a cause or event that I find important. It's not a bad quality, but sometimes I find myself so involved that I put other things to the side.

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    1. I'm glad someone else understands. It's terrible.

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