Actually, I think it’s pretty normal. I have so much admiration for those that can juggle what I like to call a “double life.” For example, you’re working within corporate throughout the week on a 9-to-5 schedule, but on the side you run your own business on the weekends. You don’t really have much of a social life, but it’s your life nonetheless and even though it’s hectic, you love it.
It’s one of the reasons why I love learning about start-ups blossoming everywhere. Reading about them on other blogs is impressive. It takes balls to create something that is all your own and often times it means you’re leaving a lifestyle that has provided stability for you. At some point you reach that fork, (that exact fork from Robert Frost’ “The Road Not Taken” holla high school honors English class) and you wonder which path is the right one for you.
I think I may be a little bit too young to be at that point yet. All college grads kind of are, but it is inevitable that it will happen to all of us in our 20s someday.
Maybe in our 30s. No matter what happens, I think I’ll welcome it with a big pick-up hug and a very fearful, but excited smile.