After all, there is free internet access, restaurants, a convenience store, restrooms, and electric outlets to plug my computer and phone into, if necessary, to recharge.
Indeed, “stuck” has a completely different meaning for me today. My friend from New Zealand, Roberta Budvietas, likes talking about being stuck. Check out her blog post after reading mine. Today she has a different view on being stuck with BS. (warning: it's not the college degree type)
And while I think about the situation more, with all of this accessibility, one might say I’m stuck having to work – on this blog, on my upcoming teleclass…. I can even work on the presentation I’ll be giving at a Job Camp in Milwaukee, Wisconsin later this summer.
So, being stuck is just like anything else – relevant to only your current situation.
As long as I can make it home today, I don’t mind being stuck in the airport for a few hours of concentrated work time, where I don’t have to cook or clean; but where I can do what I love – write, connect with the world through social media, and people watch.
Do I really want to get “unstuck” from any of this? No, not so much.
How about you? What are you stuck doing today? Is it something that you love to do? If not, can you get yourself stuck doing what you love to do? I highly suggest it.
"They loved living in the woods and playing and camping when they were children. But when they got older, they did the typical teenage thing and were continually asking why they were stuck out there." ~ Anne Yarrow
Peggy Lee Hanson, personal transition guide and mentor, is expert at compassionately helping those suffering loss of any proportion, especially through unemployment. Using proven strategies and support, she teaches how to move quickly and easily through current or impending life-changing moments so that you can have the life you are meant -- and deserve -- to live.
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