So I decide to go to school and completely change my direction.

But there’s just this one company I decide to work for. The one run by a friend of mine. The one I’d pretty much do anything for because I trust her business sense like I trust a bloodhound to find stuff. She’s amazing.

Then there’s this other company I loved working for. They were amazing and cutting-edge and fun and all the things you want from a social media company. I worked for them for a year and then budgets dried up and while I wouldn’t say I was no longer needed, I would definitely say I was no longer budget-friendly.

So I’m taking care of three kids ranging in age from five years old to ten months old, I’m going to be working with my friend’s company, I’m going back to school, I’m trying to keep my house from looking like an episode of Hoarders, plus keep a semblance of a social life and finish the Mamavation campaign August 27th with really strong numbers so Leah can use my success – as well as the success of the other Mamavation Moms – to help boost the image of her company.

Then my favorite social media company shoots me an email telling me I’m needed again!

So we have a 50 hour a month commitment through November 1st.

Can I really do it all?

Hell yes I can. Because every single one of those things is something I consider important and wonderful.

Most importantly, every one of those things is something I consider fun.

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3 Comments on I Just Keep Getting Sucked Back In!

  1. Congrats on getting to work for a company you love again! I’m starting school back this semester as well and I’m well….terrified. My first shot at college didn’t go so well since I apparently had some deep seeded social anxiety issues that were pretty much paralyzing. Now I’m afraid I’ll fail at school once again and be stuck working for a company I loathe for the rest of my life.

    The point is, I’m so proud of you for taking control and doing what you know you love. Good luck!

    • We could be part of the same support group. Your issues are my issues. I am so sorry, but good for you for having the courage to do it, because it makes you want to vomit but what else are you going to do, right?

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