Wow it’s been 10 months since our last Divorce Your Job post!
Unfortunately the personal quest to divorce my job occupied my time and while new blog postings were made, none pertained to this series.
The following infographic from an Entrepreneur.com article shows why this Divorce Your Job series is still relevant despite it’s most recent extended hiatus. In case I haven’t complained earlier about the millenial title that I feel has been inappropriately applied to too wide a span of birth years
In my experience, the two years to entrepreneurial independence is an accurate average. While I haven’t fully divorced my job, I did manage to divorce my job location in favor of somewhere that will better serve my entrepreneurial endeavor.
If you have been following this series, tell us what steps have you taken so far in divorcing your job.
September is National Self-Improvement month here in the states. It’s also the month where the northern hemisphere has to say “Aloha” to summer.
I spent a lot of my summer working on self-improvement, from volunteer work to finally adding some credentials to my degree in the form of my insurance & annuities license to become a financial advisor with WFG.
My self-improvement continues this month with me returning to some routines abandoned over the summer (and years). Here’s the short list:
- drinking lots of water daily (want my glowing skin back)
- eating healthy (taking vitamins to fill in the gaps hasn’t been cutting it lately)
- exercising daily; it was the summer after all but follow Ms_ME on Fitocracy and I’ll follow back
- following my personal budget (busy making budgets for others necessitates that I’m actually following mine)
- and of course my blogging schedule
What will improvements will you make this month?