In my last post, I wrote about taking ownership and making the choice to own one's role. That memorable choir rehearsal happened back in July 2018.
Since then, I started to really think about what choices I've made in the past year, past decade, and in my entire life in general. There were quite a few opportunities or change in circumstances that would just come at my direction and I would just... roll with it. Looking back, I don't think I made that many decisions. Then it dawned on me that it sounded very much like I wasn't taking ownership of my own life.
This week, I thought I'd write about the two significant choices I made this fall as an attempt to get my life back.
Choosing to be a choral singer
Choosing to be a board member
You may think that these choices that I have made aren't that big of a deal, but to me they look shiny and special because I haven't had a lot of experience deciding on things... like what I want to actually do with myself. My hope is that in the long term, through decisions like these, I will feel more comfortable to make bigger, bolder decisions.
And take ownership of my life like what I did with that "Herr".
I'm Candice and I doodle with the intensity of the doomguy.