Lately it’s begun to dawn on me that I’ve spent most of my life believing in an employment fairy tale: that for each one of us, there’s a job so well-aligned with our interests, knowledge, and experience that it feels more like a passion project than work.
My new job is miles – miiiiiiiles – better than my previous gig. There are many things I appreciate about it, perhaps the most important one being that it doesn’t leave me crying in the bathroom during my lunch hour. Then there’s the decent pay, the flexibility, not having to deal with back-to-back face-to-face meetings, the lack of commute, my hilarious boss, and the fact that I can take conference calls while cozied up in my favorite (but highly unprofessional) craft beer hoodie. Indeed, there’s a lot to like about it…Read More