Thinking through the ramifications and risks of making money off of my jewelry hobby, I finally settle on what makes most sense, to me.
A free-write focused on finding my way along an Information-based career path and an avocation of writing. Discusses the influence of the book, _Me, Myself, and Us_, by Brian R. Little (2014).
Noting the different activities I could do prior to re-entering the work force, I find myself weighing the benefits and hazards of various crafts and occupations. I have much room to grow with writing. I also touch on the question of arsenic in glass beads, which would disqualify beadwork from my “safe” category.
It seems like the last semester, plus focusing on caring for myself and others, has really taken the momentum out of my beading. That’s not to mention the ongoing job search, which I am engaging with very poorly, even if it is just for research purposes. I’m not sure how far to go into theContinue reading “Future”
Beginning a semester focused on self-directed study, self-care, and academia. I need to take care of myself, and I have the option, now.
Well, I found out what was bothering the tendon in my finger. It wasn’t typing. It was, rather, all the note-taking I’ve had to do for three classes. When I first began online learning (years ago), I was a bit shocked that I had to resort to analog recording methods outside of the computer. ItContinue reading “Business vs Art”
Over the last 11 years…I feel like I’ve been through a lot where it comes to seeing and acknowledging economic philosophies. This largely relates to aging and having to acknowledge the economic system in my area, in order to further my own independence. That is: over the past 11 years, I’ve been transitioning from beingContinue reading “Diversity of Motives”
It’s been about a week since I’ve posted anything substantive to this site. A lot of that is due to other calls to action going on in my life, which would…likely be apparent, from my last couple of posts. I myself have had to read back over this blog in order to get a goodContinue reading “Working out some priorities”