Why You Should Give Yourself Permission to Quit


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog that tells us Why You Should Give Yourself Permission to Quit

Meg Dowell

In 2018, I stopped calling myself a health science writer.

In fact, I quit writing about health and nutrition altogether.

This wasn’t a decision I made in response to a single incident. Over a span of several years, I watched as my joy and excitement for pursuing my dream slowly faded. It finally got to the point where I dreaded having to do it which, to me, was a sign it was time to say goodbye.

But before I finalized that decision, I spent hours making lists and reflecting deeply on my feelings, my passions, and my goals. I realized what I really wanted out of my profession wasn’t something I could obtain if I continued down the path I’d been struggling down.

It was in that moment I told myself, out loud, “It’s OK. You don’t have to do this anymore. You’re the only one forcing yourself to…

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