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Most of us have activities we enjoy that is part of our “play.” Maybe it’s golf, tennis, dance, or some artistic activity that gives us a break from our career or job. Should this play activity be converted into a career or kept as play after our “serious” job? There must be many, particularly in middle age, or after a lay-off, who may be asking themselves some of these questions. Is a lay-off a time to consider a career change or pursuit of the same area to play it safe? When is the time to pursue your passions while still being responsible? Maybe we can carve out some balance of responsibilities and some dose as often as possible of play and exploring our passions.
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