As published by CareerShifters.org; "Stuck in a cycle of frustration and inertia, Catherine Allen decided to make a leap. Now, through a mix of practical experiments and new connections, she's immersed herself in an industry she loves. This is her story."
This post is about celebrating all the little wins along the way, as all the small achievements lead us to the bigger milestones.
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My personal summary of the Ballymaloe experience.
With only a handful of days left I know there won't be a dry eye in the house and it will be me handing out the Kleenex. Not because I won't be sad but because my tears have been shed. Oh yes, two weeks prematurely too. Flashback to last Wednesday week. I am sitting in … Continue reading You had me at the Chocolate Christmas Tree