Image via WikipediaLast week was momentous:
- I was offered a job in Denver, which I turned down. Today, a friend told me that I should have taken the job because it was a job, it was out west, and it would have enabled me to move while earning an income during a time when jobs are difficult to find.
- I canceled my trip to Midway, Utah and don't regret it a bit, I believe I've made the right decision.
- I found a terrific real estate agent in Incline Village, she's conscientious, is great on follow up and knows the market.
- It seems that I now need to focus on the job hunt as well as setting up a time frame for the move.
Right now I'm starting to second guess myself and quite honestly feel like I'm spinning my wheels. I will also be celebrating a birthday later this week, which is more like a ticking clock than a celebration. So, let's take a break and allow our minds to wander to a completely different venue: Livingston, Montana, home of wide open spaces, inexpensive real estate and a whole different vibe. Unless anything else comes up, I may dedicate this entire week to Livingston.
I'd add it to your list, for sure. Are there any jobs there? If you find two, I'll take one.