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Being able to get away from my everyday bull---- and have time to relax and really think about what I want to do in my life.I've been working as a healthcare provider with the job title of Certified Nursing Assistant since 2004.I also have been a personal trainer for some time now and love helping people reach their goals and see how happy it makes them.Escaping from my life appealed to me because since law school I haven't had the opportunity to reflect on what it is I truly want to do in life on terms of a career. Whether it is a piece of art work, an exam, or new choreography, I always try to be the best at what I do, and failure is always the motivating factor in the back of my mind. I've won a few awards for the short stories I've written and I have also written an unpublished book about dancing through law school that I one day hope to publish. I know I told a lot of lies, specifically to my parents, even when they knew I was lying, I got a lot of butt whippings.Though I don't want to practice law I am unsure what exactly I love enough to make my career and everyday job. As I got older I didn't feel the need to lie anymore so I really try to be straight up as much as I can.