Finding Happiness

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Happiness is sometimes difficult to define. Sometimes I feel like there isn’t much for me to be happy about. That’s why I think it is important to look for the little things, they really do add up! This year, I’ve been busy finishing up school and thinking about what I want to do for a career. This has also included writing and continuing my short story series. Remembering the good times reminds you how happy you have been throughout the year.

For most of my life, I’ve had trouble deciding what I want for a career. There have been several things I wanted to do at different times that ranged from being a pianist to acting. When I realized that acting wasn’t going to be something I wanted to pursue, I started thinking about something more practical. After years of thinking about going to school, I finally picked a pathway, psychology. Of course, there are so many different career paths for psychologists, so this hasn’t made things all that easier! At the beginning of the new year, I’ll be starting my final class on my quest to obtain a master’s degree. With that, I’ll probably focus on becoming an undergrad professor. I think teaching online will be a challenge, but one that I am ready for.

Now that the holiday season is coming to a close, I think we should focus on the good things about 2013. I’m looking forward to what the new year will bring as every year seems to get better and better! I just got my healthcare ID card in the mail a few days ago and I’m looking forward to making good use of it. The new year looks promising indeed!

I know that I’m not very active on my blog and in the past I have vowed to change that, so instead I’ll just be honest. You’re lucky if I manged 2-3 posts a month! Or perhaps that makes you happy! Well, I’ll end my last post of the year with my wish that you have had a great holiday season and here is to having a great 2014!


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