As most of you know, I have spent the last year of my life focusing on my training as an insurance adjuster in order to secure a position doing field claims as a way to escape truck driving and buy me the time I need to focus on my goals.
I am a writer. It’s where I belong.
Tonight I received a deployment confirmation and need to be in Atlanta on Friday morning for staging. I’m not sure how I’ll make that happen yet but I know I will.
If all goes as expected I will be able to begin focusing on my writing 100% within the next 8 months.
First comes phase two of the plan: Work my ass off to generate at least a years income on my first deployment.
If I can do that then I will spend the next year improving my writing skills and recreating the Caravan. I’ve already put parts of that plan in motion. I’ve began designing mini-courses, built a community site that I can integrate here, and that operates quite well as a mobile app, I established an email server using my domain and started the process of creating member only content (not as a paid subscription and not spam:), and more. A lot more. Some of it technical. All of it designed with a simple theme in mind: Sharing.
I want to build a community of people that support and encourage each other. A place where we can share our journeys, our stories, our talents, gifts, abilities, our hopes, and our fears.
Life is a journey best shared.
Change is often slow and always requires faith and effort. I have to admit that while my faith was challenged some over the last 12 months I never stopped believing and I never gave up. I’m glad I didn’t.
I won’t now even though I know the task I’ve set for myself is, well, it’s grasping. Far reaching.
I am not afraid to reach or to push myself to attain something, better.
For the next several months my posts may become even more infrequent or erratic, or I may find myself needing the outlet as a way to disconnect from the work I will be doing, helping people rebuild their lives after serious losses.
Life: constantly evolving & changing. Be well & I look forward to your updates as & when you have time. Good luck in your new job! ✌️
Thank you, Tara. I’m excited and, I admit, a little terrified 🙂
I love the efforts you have put in this, thankyou for all the great content.