How to figure stuff out, and what to do with it once you've done it. :P

Okay, so it's been a while since I've blogged. Sorry. Is anyone reading this?! Hi mom.Let's see... For the past few months, things have been both busy and extremely boring and that being the case, I decided to start a video blog... IN JULY! And now it's November  and I still haven't posted anything yet. Sigh. (UPDATE: Lost this post way back when, and after I wrote this, I did it! [youtube=] Yay!) Which brings me to the topic at hand.

How I figure stuff out:

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The Luxury of Choice.

I haven't blogged in a while. It's not that I haven't had anything to write about or that I haven't had the time. The truth is is that my life went into transition and I wasn't ready to talk about much of anything until things settled down. Here is a tiny excerpt from my first blog which kinda gives you an idea of where this all began: "I had to say goodbye to the AD (assistant director in the film/tv industry in Vancouver) world. I was no longer an AD. I was scared to acknowledge that the career that I had known my entire adult life was finished. I hated that all I had worked up to until now was over. They say that over the course of your life, you’ll change your career 5 times. I don’t know who “they” are, but they forgot to mention how scary and emotionally hard it would be."

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Big Changes are Scary.

So, if you haven't been watching my constant status changes on Facebook, then you have no clue what's been happening in my life. Is it sad that the only way to keep informed in though a social media device instead of in person? Well, anyways, back to me (:D). This blog entry is gonna bring you up to speed on what's been happening thus far. We're only going back a couple of years cuz really, my life was pretty awesome until then. As we all know, the recession has hit everyone really hard. We film folk (I was an Assistant Director [AD] in the TV/Film industry not too long ago) were not exempt from it. In fact, if you weren't working like a dog, you didn't work at all.

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