Monday, May 11, 2009

jack of all trades, master of none?

I am spending much much time these days on some graphics work honing my skills; a website and magazine layout.
I am doing this because I might be transitioning into needing full time employment and I need to be up to what the marketplace would demand.
"WHAT?" (you might be saying to yourself) -- "all her talk about the Spirit taking care of us and being in the bliss of the moment, and here she is talking about money and a job. . . ."
Well, for me right now it is like this -- I trust the Universe to help me be who and what I am meant to be, but I also will responsibly create an ability to take care of myself, should I need to.
Rather than jump out of the plane with no parachute, I choose to buckle on a parachute, hopefully one that works and is up to date.
There is peace and joy and dancing in this life, and there is also hard work and responsibility.
Without the darkness, there is no light.

So as I spend this month focusing on the hours and hours I need to get the website and layout work done, my reward is some awesome travel next month, which I will be journaling and blogging about in force. You will go along with me and hear all about it.

and today's page is one I did a few weeks ago about the fact that I trained many moons ago to be an architect. . . . and haven't practiced that profession in almost a decade.
seems like another lifetime ago.

"I suppose I have a really loose interpretation of ''work,'' because I think that just being alive is so much work at something you don't always want to do. The machinery is always going. Even when you sleep." -Andy Warhol

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