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First question I got is Where do you Find Medifast recipes on the Internet? Looking forward for any answer. Second question of mine... I have a question for all of you. I am asking here because for a goodly part you know what I have to deal with in my life. Also because you are all smart, open minded and accepting..

I have ten years or so left to work. I just graduated with a bachelor's, summa cum laude.(sorry I can't help myself) I work as a project manager and have for the last five years when I got my Associates..

I had planned on working on my MBA but while I was at the four year I discovered Sociology. I am passionate about it. It explains why I am the way I am. It is me. I wish I knew about it in High.


I was thinking I would go back and get my BA in Sociology and then get the Master's in that..

I could always get a PMP studying on my own..

It seems silly at my age not to go for something that will bring more money, but I don't have much enthusiasm for either the MBA or the MPM..

I would appreciate your advice..


Tek (Terri)..

Comments (9)

Good question... I dunno what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could answer your Medifast question..

Comment #1

I think though you have 10 years until you can retire that you don't have to then. If you want to get a degree in Sociology I would go for it. You can always look for a job that you can use the education you already have and maybe you will find one that will.


You more time to finish your degree. Go for your dreams life is too short!..

Comment #2

I think you should study what you are passionate about. If it leads to a new career, great! If it doesn't, you are fulfilling part of your life that you would regret not knowing more about..



Comment #3

Go for what you want...what do you my age silly..

Comment #4

A degree in sociology or any of the helping professions will help in your current job. You do work with people..

Follow your heart!.

Sometimes I wonder if eating too much isn't a way to comfort ourselves when we were blocked from doing what we.

Wanted to,.

I should have been a lawyer...........

Comment #5

Go for what you want girl. You are a very passionate person. Live your life with no apologies or regrets...

Comment #6

Follow your heart...follow your bliss...that is what life is for. MaryM..

Comment #7

I agree follow your heart! I truly LOVE my job (cardiac nurse). My philosophy? If I HAVE to work and be there 40 hours a week I might as well be doing something I love. I see the people there sometimes more than I see my own family..

A wonderful motivational speaker I heard once told us "If you were out of work tomorrow would you take the job you have now if it were offered to you? If the answer is no then you need to be looking for a new job (or career).".

Another wise nurse I know once told me "you line up the good days with the bad days and when the bad days outnumber the good days, it is time for a change.".

Sociology might not make the most money, but if it is what you are passionate about and what you enjoy. Go for it! When you are passionate about something, it tends to energize you and not drain on you!.

Best of Luck in whatever you decide!.


Comment #8

Thanks Every one..

Less I don't have a specific. Maybe.


, maybe.


A non profit, maybe teaching jr college. anyone of those fine. There was a course next semester in criminology that sounded interesting...

Comment #9

Summa cum laude, well I should have known smoething was up wit u!.

As one of the oldest SOB's here id advise you to do whatever you can to enhance your opprotunity to have as much cash as possible when the day comes for you to watch tv the rest of yuour life. We live in extraordinary times economically and this is no time to be without opportunity or another degree. My last go around I wished id gotten my MBA when is was young..

I was interviewed by twelve year olds asking me silly questions about nothing. They werent even in rubber pants when I was.


Their moms..


Good luck Terri, and congrats on your accomlishment. They can never take that away from you girl!..

Comment #10

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.