I know I haven’t been posting too much lately. I promise I have a really good excuse for that. Life has been so busy that I haven’t really had time to post. I have been spending some time focusing on myself. I was just in this place where I really had to examine myself and where I was at in my life. I kept saying I wanted so many things and just wasn’t really doing anything to get the things I wanted. So I decided that instead of just continuously talking that I was going to actually pull the trigger on a few things. I keep saying I want change but I’m not really changing anything. So I finally decided to start somewhere.
The first place I decided to start was with my job. I really enjoyed where I was working because I loved working with the kids there. I made some connections with so many of them. I mean kids that I have know since they were like four. I absolutely was enjoying where I was at until I wasn’t. I still enjoyed working with kids but I just felt stuck like I wasn’t going anywhere beyond the position I was at. I actually wanted to grow and move up but I wasn’t. I didn’t even feel like I was being considered to move up. So I decided that I needed a change.
So I started applying for jobs. But I actually found a job in a place where I list expected. I found a job from a facebook ad. It was for a Montessori school. I will be honest I was in this mode where I saw it and I was just going to book mark it and fill out later. The Husband encouraged me to go ahead and fill out the application. I had an interview a few days later. After that I did an extended interview. I got the call I was being hired. Now I’m at a whole new place. I am still adjusting because Montessori is really different than where I was before and I am working with much younger kids. However I am ready for the challenge. I am getting so many things that I wasn’t getting at my old job. Number one thing is room for growth. I really appreciate my old job for taking a chance on me and giving me a job after so many years. They also gave me the experience I needed to get the job I have now. They will always be appreciated. My old job helped me to build my skills and also to build confidence to go for the things that I want. I will always appreciate them for what they have done for me. However I’m excited to see what the future is at my new job.