Money Matters
Dear Community,

Our tech team has launched updates to The Nest today. As a result of these updates, members of the Nest Community will need to change their password in order to continue participating in the community. In addition, The Nest community member's avatars will be replaced with generic default avatars. If you wish to revert to your original avatar, you will need to re-upload it via The Nest.

If you have questions about this, please email [email protected]

Thank you.

Note: This only affects The Nest's community members and will not affect members on The Bump or The Knot.

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  • If you hate your job, it is time to start looking for other options.  Think about what it is about your job that you hate.  While you're at it think about anything about your job that you like.  This will give you an idea of what to look for when you look for other jobs.  If you find a full-time job that it more along the lines of what you would like to be doing in the long run, you should take it even if it pays less.  Studies show that having a job you enjoy will lead to more long-term success than sticking with a better-paying job you hate.  Is it also possible for you to have a side business as an artist that you could potentially turn into a full-time job?  I actually did this.  I'm a musician, but I was afraid of the whole not having money thing so I got a full-time job when I finished school while continuing to be a musician on the side.  After a few years, I made enough from being a musician that the full-time job wasn't as necessary so I got a part-time job.  Another two years later and I was making enough that I was able to quit the part-time job too, and I'm now a full-time musician.  I just thought I would tell you that story so you know you don't have to take a giant leap all at once, you can do it in pieces.

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