Question of the Week #282

If you had to either change professions or move to another part of the country, which would you prefer? What new career or location first comes to mind? Is the idea of being forced into such a change appealing in any way?

I really think I would be okay with either of those options.

As far as career goes, I’d love to be a writer. Not just for this blog. But I want to write something entertaining that people will enjoy reading. Or maybe something that would be translated into another form of media that people would enjoy watching on TV or in the theater. I know… small dreams.

Other parts of the country? I guess I’d really be okay anywhere. Sure, I’ve grown up in the same city where I currently live, so there are roots there. But since I’m forever single, it really wouldn’t be too much of a hassle to relocate to any area. I mean, moving is always a hassle, whether it’s across town or across the country. But I could easily see myself settling somewhere further north… with cooler temperatures and lower humidity.

What about you? Would you be comfortable with either the career change or a change of venue? Let me know what you think in the comments below!

*The Question of the Week can be found in The Book of Questions by Gregory Stock, Ph.D.

4 thoughts on “Question of the Week #282

  1. Im kind of doing both this summer I guess lol and its kinda terrifying 😂 well a little. And I’m mostly able to do it because I’m single. Although I am not content to be forever single LOL and hoping the change will result in a forever partner haha

    Im changing jobs but not professions, but it will be a DRASTIC change. And moving to a new city! My brother lives on the outskirts of the city so its not like I will be all alone.

    But I have done this! Does Moving to Korea to be a teacher count? Cos then its scary but worth it!

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  2. I think it would depend on if I was allowed to choose the profession and/or the new place to live. I would love to be a full-time crafter and live in the countryside (but not so far country that I have to drive miles to get groceries or have to shovel snow every winter).

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