Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Listography - My Top 5 Decisions


Once again I am joining the fabulous Kate Takes 5 for Listography. Kate has made me think about the choices I've made to get where I am today. Wow, here goes...

My Top 5 Decisions I'm Glad I Made.

1. Not going to University.

I really didn't have a clear picture of what I wanted to do when I left school. After year 12 I had had enough of studying so I deferred my Uni placement and joined a bank. I started at the bottom, operating an encoding machine, then teller, and worked my way up to Manager. I loved my job - dealing with people, solving problems and analysing companies. I don't regret for a second not going to Uni.

2. Buying property.

My Dad always said that I should buy property, whether it be to live in or as an investment. I think he was right.

3. Starting my own little business.

After 17 years with the bank, I was introduced to a life-changing opportunity to own my own business. After much deliberation and analysis of cash flow and business plans, I took my long service leave and gave it a go. It certainly has been a challenge!

4. Moving from Sydney back to Canberra.

For most of my primary and high school years I lived in Canberra before moving to Sydney to complete years 11 & 12. In 2003 I hit a major rough patch in my love life and moved back to Canberra. It was a huge move, but I had the support of friends and family - and I love living in this wonderful city.

5. Asking my future husband out to the movies.

Taking a chance on asking a workmate out to the movies was a huge step towards finding Mr. Right... now we are married with a gorgeous 4 year old. Fabulous!

Thanks Kate - this has been a very interesting list to make. If you would like to join in too, take a look at Kate Takes 5!

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2 comments:

  1. Fab list - I love that you were the one to ask your husband out. Girl power!!

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  2. oh I asked my hubbie to marry me too! Go us! Lovely post x

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