Who am I, who do I want to be?
Lyndsay has lived an adventurous life by many standards. She has traveled around the world as part of her career. She currently works for the United World College. Lyndsay has worked as a recruiter for universities, and LOVES her career, however she is recognizing the sacrifices she has made in the persuit of her career.
Lyndsay is understanding the value of relationships and the importance of connections, comfort, love and support. It is important to take a close look at what you have.
Lyndsay shares her struggles with grief, and allowing work to be an avoidance. Volunteering, working and helping others are all the ways she has avoided dealing with her own feelings. Grief is one of those powerful forces that gets easier with time, but also sader with time.
Lyndsay says although she has revived herself, she has created more walls around herself to protect herself and her feelings. What is "home" is the struggle for her while working abroad. She is working on where home is, and will be, and what she can create.
Lyndsay is working to find a new position in a similar time zone - as that is one of the most challenging things about being away. It creates different relationships, and lack of support. As she transitions, she is looking to stay with the United World College - as it truly is her passion and dream job. She loved education and supporting others in their educational persuits!
Lyndsay is working on knowing herself over the next year, who she wants to be, and who she will be in a realationship!
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Special thanks to Patrick Thompson for the music and Sam Theriault (my 13 year old son) for video editing.