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“I Don’t Have It All Figured Out, And That’s Okay”

IVERY ARIE

When I was young, it seemed the path of life was straight forward – graduate high school, graduate college, get a great paying job, get married, have a family and wait for your children to repeat the process. I remember always having a plan A to Z and contingencies for each of them. Unfortunately, no one warned me against this awkward stage in life where I am finding out that what I thought I wanted, no longer holds truth. All of a sudden, I feel like I have no direction and uncomfortable taking the next step because I have no game plan.

It’s kinda crazy to think that most of my choices have been influenced by family and friends until about 2 years ago. At the age of 20, I completed my bachelors degree in engineering. Following a couple failed attempts to getting into the professional school of my choice, I settled with joining the workforce…

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