The Lester File

Sunday, November 25, 2007

What is it that I am thinking? What is it?
Is it that I need to work harder?
Is it that I need to be stronger?
Is it even about me?
Streamlining such thoughts is difficult when you purposefully divert yourself. Being at home puts a voice to the vexing concerns that follow you into quarter-life with questions like, "so... what's next?," "And what will this help you accomplish then?"
So far, I've learned that the best answers to these questions are quick creative quirky exaggerations of the truth that sound something like, "its all under control and there's no need to worry." Throw in some words like "consulting work," "market research opportunities," and "non-profit companies" and you have a best selling life on your hands.


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