What does a dedicated wellness practitioner do when her career of 24 years bottoms out in less then 12 months because her well loved services have become an expendable item for 3/4 of her clientele in the recession?
WELL, she walks her talk first, dealing with her stress by practicing meditation, flotation and detoxification to get her vibes up in the hope to attract more clients again.
When the law of attraction doesn’t prove recession proof she talks her walk and learns how to write a WELLness Idea Blog so she can continue to help her clients even though they might be unable to continue to help her. Does that still count as a career? I had to check it with my friend Wiki for the meaning of the word:
ca·reer (kə rir′)
- Career: A Racing Course. Hmmm, the career theme is a rat race around the world. True, but too much collateral for me! I always can play RACE video games until I know what to do next though: Hot Wheels: World Race
(it’s a maybe…)
- Career: A swift course, as of the sun through the sky; hmm…that sounds more poetic, as in the Orphic Hymn ( it’s aesthetically very pleasing, but doesn’t make for a livelihood)
- Career: One’s progress through life or in one’s work; (Like in “A New Career in a New Town by David Bowie. (Depressing! Makes me think of how much I love our place of 25 years in the beautiful Ben Lomond Be and Be WELL! )
- Career: A profession or occupation which one trains for and pursues as a lifework; (Like my husband Jai and I, we call it “PLURK” = Play-Work)
- adjective: pursuing a normally temporary activity as a lifework, like a Green Career:
6. intransitive verb: