New Job, New Outlook

It’s hard to believe that it’s been two months since I started my new job at Impulse Creative (wait, did I ever mention this new job?!)

Hold on. Let’s back up a second After I left my job at ITVantage/T3, I spent a week in Minnesota with my family. When I got back, I started my new job at a marketing and branding agency in Southwest Florida called Impulse Creative. I work as an inbound marketing consultant to create remarkable content (blogs, social media, emails, website content, etc) for a set of clients. My job is pretty sweet…I’m not going to lie.

The best part of my job is that even on the worst days, I still love going into work. The worst part is that I have to go home at night. I love what I do, and I’m proud of the work that I produce for my clients. It’s not always perfect, and sometimes it doesn’t always work the way I had hoped – but that’s how you learn.

Three months ago, when people told me that their job didn’t feel like work, I thought they were full of shit (excuse my language). But now, I get it. I have a job that doesn’t feel like a job, and it certainly doesn’t feel like work.  It feels like I’m learning while doing something that I love. I’m so thankful I was given this opportunity, and I can’t wait to see where this takes me.

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Christina Bockisch is a passionate advocate for mental health and believes that sharing her story is the best way to help break the stigma surrounding mental illness. When she's not writing for her blog, Christina enjoys participating in mud runs, spending time with her dog, baking cookies and watching Harry Potter or Star Wars marathons on TV.

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