So you're wondering if a career change at 40 is a smart move. You've been employed by the same company for a while now - perhaps since you graduated college. Or maybe since you first accepted your ground level position while you were still in your 20s. You don't necessarily hate your job, but … [Read more...] about Career Change at 40 – 3 Actionable Steps
Do you suffer from the "I hate my job" syndrome? If so, trust me, you're not alone. I come in contact with many people who, like you, detest their job for one reason or another. If you ask me, it's a lousy way to live. I don't subscribe to the idea that we humans are meant to suffer through life … [Read more...] about I Hate My Job! What Do I Do?
Whether you realize this or not, you can be creative. It's been a while since I published a new post here on I Am My Imagination. Life has kept me busy with a variety of different projects, plus, this website was in the process of being redesigned. If you're a returning visitor, you can see … [Read more...] about You Can Be Creative
I'm here to tell you that life is tough. Maybe not for everyone, and certainly not all of the time. But for most of us, challenges arise. There could be any number of reasons for this, and I'm not here to speculate on who has it worse than someone else - as we all carry within us our own … [Read more...] about Just Create Something, DAMMIT
When you wear a shirt, carry a tote or use a mug, chances are you've either chosen that item because you like the design, or because it expresses your truth, makes you laugh or promotes wisdom. Or both. If it says something witty or philosophical, you were drawn toward that product because it … [Read more...] about Express Wisdom, Wear Your Truth
The road less traveled. Yeah, I know. It's the name of a popular book. I can't say I've read it, though. I only use the term because it's the best way to adequately describe my own journey. When you realize the world isn't how you thought it was...and you see that since you've woken up, you … [Read more...] about Walking the Road Less Traveled is a Lonely, but Rewarding Journey