Figuring Out Fulfillment

I have a Pinterest board called “Beautiful words that never stop filling our days and fulfilling our lives.” And ever since I was young, I’ve believed it. Words are powerful—one of the things in my life that I can both appreciate and create. For me, I figure that doesn’t happen often.

You have mama’s cooking,

A little sister’s figure skating,

Inesha’s artistic creations,

Dad’s meticulous get-er-done attitude,

and with all these I am quite solidly on the “appreciation” side of the fence.

But words are different. I can love them on another’s page and know that I have every ability and possibility to create my own. Maybe that’s another reason why I love blogs like Figuring Out Fulfillment. Blog creators, Margaret and Bill, promise to share their thoughts on “finding a career, finding fulfillment, and finding yourself” along with those submitted by their readers. So, whether you’re in the mood for some light reading or just a story on a lazy afternoon, dig through here and you’re bound to find a few gems.

Here’s one for the road: I loved this Eat,Pray,Love-esque post on why a traditional path doesn’t have to be your default. Come on, people, take yourself seriously!

Happy Thursday! (on our end, that means 2 more days until we board our flights to China!)

And that means….

back to packing :)

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2 thoughts on “Figuring Out Fulfillment”

  1. Hello, twinsters — delighted to make your acquaintance, and thank you for your kind words about FoF! It means a lot to hear that other people are finding it worthwhile. Your own blog is pretty impressive — you both are doing great things and your enthusiasm is inspiring. I am looking forward to reading more.

  2. Hi, Bill! It’s nice to meet you as well. Both my sister and I have enjoyed following your blog and love the way in which you are sharing stories and enabling others to share theirs. Thanks for stopping by and we hope you’ll be back soon!

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