Are You Living The Life That You Want?: A Guide To Pursuing Your Life’s Purpose

She had the perfect life-a great husband, a graduate degree, a secure government job, a wonderful home, the ability to travel regularly, and beautiful children-but was she really happy? Was she really living the way that she wanted to live? Was she pursuing her passions and purpose in life? This is the story about Jessie Harrold, an ordinary woman who many people would say have it all, but felt as if she was missing something. She felt that her role as a wife, mother, and employee caused her to live by others’ expectations. Her self-identity was forgotten-an identity that expressed who she really is as an individual.

Are You Living The Life That You Want?- A Guide To Pursuing Your Life's Purpose

Jessie Harold’s Life Experience
Although she had a great well-paying job, she still did not feel satisfied. She considered her job to be “underwhelming, uninspiring and unfulfilling”. So she began to journal, Google, and read, which all led her to wonder if she had other passions in life that she was not fulfilling. Jessie explained that her aspiration to further explore her life’s purpose and expand her options to making a more satisfying life for herself took place after the birth of her first child. So she decided to start a food blog, publish a few articles and become more deep into her work as a birth doula. When the birth of her second child took place, she took all of her passions and made it into a full-time career. By her determination to further examine her potential, she was finally putting her own desires to work and sensed that she was getting somewhere-to a place in life that she enjoyed living. She actually “alive” now.

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