When you first decide to quit your job, you will receive a lot of advice. Some of it will be brilliant, some of it will be cautionary (but useful), and some won’t apply to you. But if you are like I was, no matter how great the advice is, you will probably ignore it.
In April, I celebrated my sixth anniversary of leaving my stable, corporate job. It was a job I held for nearly 17 years. It was also a job that was taking a bigger and bigger toll on my health and my state-of-mind. I saved money. I planned. I hoped for a change that would