I was a government major. And I earned my Masters in Public Policy. I don’t do any of those things now. Early in my career I tried to work in that field. And it just wasn’t for me. In any way. But, I felt like I had to continue working in those fields because that’s what I studied.
Finally, I decided to change courses. And even though sometimes I feel guilty about it, I’m much happier now than I was when I was working in a field I didn’t really enjoy.
Tiffany also experienced this feeling. We talked a lot about switching gears and being okay with it.
Here’s what we talked about:
+Tiffany’s educational background and early work experience. And how that has shifted.
+Our guilt with no longer working in the field we studied.
+Feeling like we don’t have a real job.
+Work and identity.
+How Tiffany created her blog and how she works with brands and sponsors.
+Calling ourselves capital B Blogger.
+We totally don’t do it all. Thoughts on hiring out help and to-do lists.
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