Sure see what your passions are but also see where your talent lies…
My son always wanted to be a chef like since he was about 3 ..So he went to school he studied he passed all his exams and became a chef but… No one had considered how his growing list of food allegies would impact on his work and the fact that his ADHD was made worse by the…[Read more]
Ms Dynamite’s “A Little Deeper”. It is a very serious, political album and sings to the people in the street and the urban jungle. It was released in 2002, but still holds its own now. I also love Ms Dynamite’s album “Judgement Days”. They are both albums worth buying.
I know what you mean about having issues: I have them myself. I do wish I were a perfect person: but who is? I am single myself and try to be the best person I can be, in order to attract a decent bloke. I know my personality will decide which men like me. This sounds odd, but the way I feel about myself does decide which men have a crush on me. I…[Read more]
I agree with SpinningJen. Seeing a careers advisor is the best route.
I also wish I had taken school more seriously: I have a lot of regrets in that department. But I went on to graduate from night school and college. I never went to university, but did work very hard. Anyhow, night school is a great option for gaining qualifications: especially…[Read more]
KitKatKitty replied to the topic My mind tells me something but I listened to my heart in the forum Love & Relationships 3 days, 5 hours ago
Breakups are incredibly hard on a person. I have had recent experience of this myself. It hurts and you just wish you didn’t think about the person anymore. I can understand your grief. You did care for him and you did put love and effort into the relationship. The fact it wasn’t enough makes it all the more heartbreaking. Just take it one day at…[Read more]
It perhaps does depend quite a bit on where you are for what opportunities there are. Although I was (and still are not) sure what direction my work career may take I was always pretty sure what subject(s) were my favourite. That being so, when I was at a loose end (so to speak) in my thirties I went back to college for higher qualifications. I…[Read more]