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If, like me, you are unsure about what to do with your life, maybe the answer is that you are already there.

I have been trying to decide on this and similar questions since I was about 17, I’m still looking.

For me, where-should-I-go-in-life (WSIGIL) activity usually peaks just after a crisis. This means I start a new search most weeks. I recently put this important question to Google (sometimes useful), the iChing (I didn’t understand, too cryptic), and my neighbour (who said it sounded like a good idea, when do I plan to leave?).

Google told me to be a freelance writer!

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