FAQ: My Career History // Part 1

>> Tuesday, May 9, 2017

New video for you today. Throughout the time I've had this blog, I've had many people ask me about what I used to do for employment. I thought it'd be a good topic for a quick video. I ran out of space on my phone before I finished adding in everything about my freelance years (2012 - present), so I figured I'd have a part 2 another day.

Here's my career history from graduating college in 2005 through November 2011.

The short of it is that I've done several marketing-related jobs. Then I worked in libraries. I actually worked at the Ithaca College library most of the years I was in college (including full time my freshman summer through graduation!). I love books and information, so I could see myself returning to that area someday.

I'm now in a place where I am happy working from home. I feel very fortunate to have the background that allows me to do it, but I'll get to the unique challenges in my next post. Working from home with just one child was relatively easy. Especially in recent years. Adding another baby to the mix has been interesting with regard to finding time without possibly hiring someone to babysit on occasion.

What do you do? I realized that I have "known" so many of you guys for ages, but I don't know what you spend much of your time doing for a job. Stay at home mom is certainly a job, too. (Boy, is it!) So, don't shy for sharing anything. Or maybe what would be more interesting is to share what you would love to do more than anything.

Happy Tuesday! And if you like this video, be sure to check out more on my YouTube channel. I'm hoping to start uploading one per week. It's a modest goal, right?

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