Weekend Assignment #359: Career Day 2
It's often said that most people will change careers several times over the course of their working lives. If money, age and educational resources were all conducive to your trying another line of work, would you do so? If so, what new career would you choose?
Extra Credit: When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
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1. Please post your response no later than than 12:01 AM on Thursday morning, March 3rd, your local time. You can do this either in a blog entry of your own or in the comments section of the assignment entry. No submissions will be accepted after that time unless I want to.
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For Weekend Assignment #358: Drive, I asked whether you enjoy driving. Please click on each person's name to see the full entry:
Ten years ago, I would have told you that driving was my favorite thing. I loved my car more than I loved my books. I drove just for fun. At that time (my mother recently reminded me), I even enjoyed my commute to and from work. The driving time helped me get my head in the right place in the morning, and decompress on the way home. No longer.
So how do I feel about that long morning drive? Well, if I could get a full night's sleep first, and if gas weren't going up in price almost daily, I wouldn't mind it at all. In fact I kind of enjoy it. Driving is a game, in which the object is to arrive safely but also quickly, and without drawing a traffic ticket by going too fast or doing anything stupid.
Have a great week, no matter what work you're doing!