"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife

"Her Thing" - Episode 32: November 16, 2015 (DO I STAY OR DO I GO NOW)

April 07, 2021 Maria Lindbloom Season 1 Episode 32
"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife
"Her Thing" - Episode 32: November 16, 2015 (DO I STAY OR DO I GO NOW)
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"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife
"Her Thing" - Episode 32: November 16, 2015 (DO I STAY OR DO I GO NOW)
Apr 07, 2021 Season 1 Episode 32
Maria Lindbloom

IN THIS EPISODE:

I for the life of me cannot figure out whether I'm supposed to remain status quo and be grateful for the blessings I have, or continue to try to make change for the sake of bettering our housing situation. The same goes for my job and career. It's really tough sometimes as a Christian to have that wisdom and discernment, to be able to tell what the Lord's will for us is. I still had a lot of growing to do, and I wasn't sure I was hearing God's voice. I make an example of that with my job. There's a lot of things I liked about my job back then. I worked from home, I had a terrific boss, and I wasn't micromanaged. But the opportunities to succeed were diminishing, and I felt unfulfilled. I reached out to a colleague I'd met up with in Charleston who'd just started up a new company, hoping to join them on their sales team. As far as the house went, though, I had no clue what I was going to do.

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Show Notes

IN THIS EPISODE:

I for the life of me cannot figure out whether I'm supposed to remain status quo and be grateful for the blessings I have, or continue to try to make change for the sake of bettering our housing situation. The same goes for my job and career. It's really tough sometimes as a Christian to have that wisdom and discernment, to be able to tell what the Lord's will for us is. I still had a lot of growing to do, and I wasn't sure I was hearing God's voice. I make an example of that with my job. There's a lot of things I liked about my job back then. I worked from home, I had a terrific boss, and I wasn't micromanaged. But the opportunities to succeed were diminishing, and I felt unfulfilled. I reached out to a colleague I'd met up with in Charleston who'd just started up a new company, hoping to join them on their sales team. As far as the house went, though, I had no clue what I was going to do.

Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mlindbloom)