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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    Do long term dreams count? lol.
    Haha, it's still a dream isn't it? Dreams are timeless.. Congrats Delirium on getting into uni,,, again.

    With the Career's counselling, I think it's a great start. I wish I had done something like that, when I was younger, say when I was in highschool.

    Congrats on being a step-parent, we have a step parent in our family, and it's my fiance, he is my daughter's Dad, father, Papi, whatever you want to call it, he's it. There's alot of mixed messages with the word "step" in anything, so it's great to see other people becoming PARENTS.

    For me, my fiance awoke my dream, I always liked drawing, but never knew what to do with it. It was something that I had a "liked" doing, wasn't passionate about it. It was just a hobby. Drawing + Technology = Graphic Design. So, if you are stuck for a career path, it's always a good idea to ask someone else, or get some feedback from someone else about it.

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    I definitely have a long term plan. I'm in my second year of nursing and if all things work out as planned, I will graduate around the time my youngest starts school. I'm really looking forward to working honestly, I'm loving studying and I feel like I'm 100% in the right field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Two Sweetpeas View Post
    I definitely have a long term plan. I'm in my second year of nursing and if all things work out as planned, I will graduate around the time my youngest starts school. I'm really looking forward to working honestly, I'm loving studying and I feel like I'm 100% in the right field.
    That sounds great, its always good to find something that you love and are happy doing.


 

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