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I recently graduated college and I was fortunate enough to get a job in my field of study: aviation. One unfortunate thing that goes along with starting a new job is having to leave a current job, which is what I had to do today. I had worked at my current job for four and a half years. They were good to me, especially with working around my school schedule. I made good friends along the way, too. It was comfortable to go to work there every day. So, it wasn't easy to leave, which is why I kept telling myself this all day:

I did this while I was at work today, between calls. It was comforting to read this while people kept coming to my desk to say goodbye.


  1. After four and half years I am sure it was hard to say goodbye. We are so happy for you and what lies ahead for you in your new job!

  2. A quote I saw in an e-mail the other day comes to mind "Life begins at the end of our comfort zone". It's a constant in life and for good reason! We need to be tried and tested to grow - that's all there is to it! It's not always easy, but the rewards are usually worth a little discomfort. I am so proud of you and all that you have accomplished! You'll do great at your new job but I sympathize with you on leaving the old one. Hang in there!


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