It’s official! I’m officially un-unemployed! Which means I’m employed! Which means I have a job!
My job in California was absolutely wonderful, don’t get me wrong, but I was working extremely long days followed by nights and weekends volunteering at a brewery (which I also absolutely loved), and stopped having time to live. Adventure mountain bike rides, reflective Sunday mornings at church, cooking, hiking, road trips and weekend vacations were slowly removed from the picture, plus I was far from my family whom I’m ridiculously close with. All of that has changed and I think I’ve finally got my priorities in order.
I first visited Loveland Aleworks back in December of 2012 during my Christmas vacation.
I immediately fell in love with the blend of exposed brick, concrete bar and tall windows that let in all the light and gave wonderful views of the brewery.
After a long two weeks of interviews and meetings with other breweries and beer companies, I realized that this was the place I wanted to be.
I’ll be starting off as a Beertender/Aleworker and morphing into a variety of other things – which will have to be kept under wraps until more concrete plans are in order.
For now, I’m more than thrilled that I stuck it out and didn’t settle for a job that wasn’t in the beer business. Bonus points – I still have enough time left that I can hike, bike, go to the archery range, cook and blog among other things! Life is good. Living is great!
Bonus point #2: The assistant brewer is a huge Colorado Avalanche fan as well, so we spent last night hollering at each and every goal with the customers.
Have you ever gotten so caught up in making a living that you forgot to live?
What are your biggest priorities in life?
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Awesome that you found a job doing what you like. I bar-tended for a few years, but what you are doing looks a little different. Good luck with the new job.
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