Catherine Anderson with one of her journals in the portion of her studio built onto her home which she uses as a library, meditation and reading nook. She discovered all her experiences – the questionable career choices, the burnout, the ennui – combined to set her on a new, happier path. “When you take steps toward what you want, the rest of it meets you halfway,” she said.
Catherine Anderson with one of her journals in the portion of her studio built onto her home which she uses as a library, meditation and reading nook. She discovered all her experiences – the questionable career choices, the burnout, the ennui – combined to set her on a new, happier path. “When you take steps toward what you want, the rest of it meets you halfway,” she said. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Catherine Anderson with one of her journals in the portion of her studio built onto her home which she uses as a library, meditation and reading nook. She discovered all her experiences – the questionable career choices, the burnout, the ennui – combined to set her on a new, happier path. “When you take steps toward what you want, the rest of it meets you halfway,” she said. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

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