How do you figure out whether moving back "home" and blowing up your career in order to do so is the right thing to do? I realize you can't answer this, but my husband and I are despondent living away from family lately and feel like we're depriving our 2-year-old from being near aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents etc.

Our jobs are only really available in this area, where we have absolutely no family within a four-hour drive. I feel like, in our mid-30s, we're stuck here because we're too old to completely rebuild our lives. We both just feel lost.

Your life expectancy, broadly speaking (and according to a Social Security Administration calculator), is roughly another 50 years.

Great post, thanks. I think that to do it right, flirting at ANY age is all about being open and using the mind to create interest. I love just talking to men who are interesting and not having to worry about anything else. It takes the pressure off and makes it about meeting new people and engaging in life not about narrowing it into finding a mate.

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About a week ago I took a woodworking class.  I had no real interest in taking a woodworking class or working on a lathe.  I mean, I was interested in it the same way I’m interested in pretty much everything, but I never had the deep-seated desire to turn wood, hold it up and declare to the world I MADE THIS HUNK OF WOOD OUT OF A HUNK OF WOOD!

But, my mother and one of my sisters ran into a guy who gave woodworking classes at some craft show a while ago and that was it.  They were taking a woodworking class in an old Cotton Factory in town that now houses a bunch of artisans and business owners who understand nothing makes you more legit than working in a century old warehouse in the bad part of town.  Seriously.  An old building that the wind can whistle through and mangled wood floors smack dab in the middle of the hood.  It’s like a sticky trap for cool people.

At 11:00-ish a.m. sharp we made our way through the maze of Cotton factory corridors and buildings until we came upon Y Knot Woodturning.  Our classroom for the day. Instead of books there were chisels, instead of desks there were lathes and instead of apples on the teacher’s desk there were bandaids. Other than that, same same.

How do you figure out whether moving back "home" and blowing up your career in order to do so is the right thing to do? I realize you can't answer this, but my husband and I are despondent living away from family lately and feel like we're depriving our 2-year-old from being near aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents etc.

Our jobs are only really available in this area, where we have absolutely no family within a four-hour drive. I feel like, in our mid-30s, we're stuck here because we're too old to completely rebuild our lives. We both just feel lost.

Your life expectancy, broadly speaking (and according to a Social Security Administration calculator), is roughly another 50 years.

Great post, thanks. I think that to do it right, flirting at ANY age is all about being open and using the mind to create interest. I love just talking to men who are interesting and not having to worry about anything else. It takes the pressure off and makes it about meeting new people and engaging in life not about narrowing it into finding a mate.

______________________________
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[…] You’re Never Too Old To Flirt! Action to take Whether single or married, dating, mating, or just having fun, enjoy flirting at every age. Why  Flirting adds spice and panache to your life. If you are looking for love, flirting is bait. If you are married, it can help you fix married. Even if you aren’t amorously interested, it’s still fun. Unfortunately, a lot …more » Tags: mating, Flirt, Action, having fun, panache Categories: Resveratrol Comments are closed. Jul 10, Betty Halladay: Don’t Let Your Children Choose Your Nursing Home RSS feed […]

About a week ago I took a woodworking class.  I had no real interest in taking a woodworking class or working on a lathe.  I mean, I was interested in it the same way I’m interested in pretty much everything, but I never had the deep-seated desire to turn wood, hold it up and declare to the world I MADE THIS HUNK OF WOOD OUT OF A HUNK OF WOOD!

But, my mother and one of my sisters ran into a guy who gave woodworking classes at some craft show a while ago and that was it.  They were taking a woodworking class in an old Cotton Factory in town that now houses a bunch of artisans and business owners who understand nothing makes you more legit than working in a century old warehouse in the bad part of town.  Seriously.  An old building that the wind can whistle through and mangled wood floors smack dab in the middle of the hood.  It’s like a sticky trap for cool people.

At 11:00-ish a.m. sharp we made our way through the maze of Cotton factory corridors and buildings until we came upon Y Knot Woodturning.  Our classroom for the day. Instead of books there were chisels, instead of desks there were lathes and instead of apples on the teacher’s desk there were bandaids. Other than that, same same.

It's always scary to change jobs. But it can seem downright terrifying if you have given years (or decades!) to traveling one career path and want to make a complete switch. Don't let fear hold you back—sometimes, circumstances call for bold strokes. Whether you have a goal your current position won't allow you to reach, a list of regrets, or simply are bored and want to make a change, you can do it.

Here are a few reasons why it’s never too late for you to get the job (and the career) you’ve always wanted. Making a change might involve hard work and risk, but if you focus and really want it, change is attainable at any age.

You've already spent time in the working world, which means you've acquired two sets of skills: general soft skills that apply to any job (think time management, communication, office etiquette) and skills specific to your chosen industry. The former will serve you well no matter where you land.

How do you figure out whether moving back "home" and blowing up your career in order to do so is the right thing to do? I realize you can't answer this, but my husband and I are despondent living away from family lately and feel like we're depriving our 2-year-old from being near aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents etc.

Our jobs are only really available in this area, where we have absolutely no family within a four-hour drive. I feel like, in our mid-30s, we're stuck here because we're too old to completely rebuild our lives. We both just feel lost.

Your life expectancy, broadly speaking (and according to a Social Security Administration calculator), is roughly another 50 years.

Great post, thanks. I think that to do it right, flirting at ANY age is all about being open and using the mind to create interest. I love just talking to men who are interesting and not having to worry about anything else. It takes the pressure off and makes it about meeting new people and engaging in life not about narrowing it into finding a mate.

______________________________
You Are About To Discover The Ultra Rare Secrets To Stopping A Breakup, Divorce Or Getting Your Ex Back…. Even If The Situation Seems Completely IMPOSSIBLE

[…] You’re Never Too Old To Flirt! Action to take Whether single or married, dating, mating, or just having fun, enjoy flirting at every age. Why  Flirting adds spice and panache to your life. If you are looking for love, flirting is bait. If you are married, it can help you fix married. Even if you aren’t amorously interested, it’s still fun. Unfortunately, a lot …more » Tags: mating, Flirt, Action, having fun, panache Categories: Resveratrol Comments are closed. Jul 10, Betty Halladay: Don’t Let Your Children Choose Your Nursing Home RSS feed […]

How do you figure out whether moving back "home" and blowing up your career in order to do so is the right thing to do? I realize you can't answer this, but my husband and I are despondent living away from family lately and feel like we're depriving our 2-year-old from being near aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents etc.

Our jobs are only really available in this area, where we have absolutely no family within a four-hour drive. I feel like, in our mid-30s, we're stuck here because we're too old to completely rebuild our lives. We both just feel lost.

Your life expectancy, broadly speaking (and according to a Social Security Administration calculator), is roughly another 50 years.

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