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#1 of 2 Old 07-08-2010, 06:00 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi again!

I'm looking for some direction.

I feel the need to start doing something more for myself, more than taking care of my kids all day, every day. I love it, but feel I could love it more if I have some other thing to do and think about. I'm trying to decide between volunteering for something new, expanding my current volunteering commitment, going back to school for something new (perhaps a start to a new career), just trying to start up one of my past hobbies or even something totally out of the ordinary for me. Can you help with specifics?

Thanks so much!

Jen ~ DD1 (10/2006) ~ DD2 (9/2009) ~ DD3 (6/2012)
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Hi again to you
What I am seeing is you using your organization skills to help others. I do feel that there are people you could individually help with organization of their homes or business. I also feel that you could be of great value helping any volunteer setting with organizational skills. I don't know if this sounds even remotely interesting to you, but give it some thought because I sense a feeling of accomplishment from helping others with this.

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