Okay, I have a dilemma. One that I cannot figure out by myself. Hoping you have suggestions to help me out.
For as long as I can remember, I have pride myself on self-improvement. If there were any areas of my life I felt needed to be fixed, I made an active effort to get it done. Whether it is spending extra time to read self-improvement books or working extra hard at the gym (pre-COVID). Whatever it took, I did it. In college, you could always find me reading in the basement of the library. After graduating early from college, I went directly into graduate studies and from graduate studies, I jumped headfirst into my career.
But even with these accomplishments, I desire more from life. I want to spend time traveling, learning a new language, improving medical skills, and cooking. I want to be challenged on an intellectual level. These desires are not quenched by simply reading.
I enjoy my work. I love my home-life and family. But I wonder, constantly, what more I can accomplish
I figure going back to school for another degree would be one way to break up my routine, and I am strongly considering this now. But, what about the other aspect of life.
Am I the only one? Do you ever find yourself feeling stuck?
The truth- it can happen to any of us, but we must persevere!
Comment and share below. Suggestions appreciated.