Why I Started This Blog
I started writing this blog in 2008. At this point in my life, I had been through so many transitions, moves (I moved 27 times over about 10 years), changes, twists and turns… that I thought, maybe there are other people who are in the “hallway” and would like company. For me, the feeling that I am alone, with no one to understand, is the worst. I feel like I am the only person in the world who feels lost, confused, lonely, afraid.
When one door closes, another door opens,
but it’s Hell in the Hallway
But when social media came along, I could see the potential for feeling connected to others. While time has shown social media to be both positive and negative in terms of its utility for good, it’s hard to deny the power for people to connect to like-minded individuals.
Your Experience May Vary
The topics in this blog are connected even if they don’t seem to be. From my perspective, transitions come in several flavors. While they are interrelated, we often don’t recognize the ramifications of one change on the bigger picture of our lives.
While there is career information here… this is not an authoritative site for career advice. There’s information on personal development… the thoughts here are reflective of my journey. I can only hope that others might benefit from it. It nothing else, I hope you will feel connected. We are in this together.