Losing All Hope In Northern Ireland And Coming Through The Other Side.

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  1. Erin says:

    I think you are totally brave for leaving the job (whether you *should* like it or not, you hated it) and doing something you want to do without letting all the anxiety and “what ifs” get to you. In 2010 I was let go from a job that I no longer loved (they eliminated my position, so it wasn’t like a “firing” but it sure as fuck felt like it). It was the worst day. I was scared and humiliated and angry and sad all at the same time. Two days later I got the job I have now – a job I never knew I wanted. It paid less, but it is the single best job I’ve ever had. I love it here, even four years later. Sometimes the very best things come from the darkest time. It sounds trite, but it’s true.

    I love your blog, and I’m so happy that you’re on the journey that you’re on and that you’re sharing it with us here. Please know that you inspire me. It may not seem like a big deal to inspire someone who you don’t know (and who lives all the way across the pond), but you really do. Your blog isn’t sugar-coated or fake. It’s real, it’s honest, it’s hilarious, and I am happy that I found it.

    Best wishes, Matt.

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