Bright Spot

Shot this one back in the first day of 2017. Funny how much my life’s changed since then. Back then I was working full time in financial services for a multinational out of Australia. I didn’t hate the job, although it really wasn’t me. Little did I know that by mid-September that year I’d be packaged out and would spend the following 18 months looking for a new gig. I never did find one and ended up selling my house and moving downtown and semi-retiring. As many things in life do, this ended up being a blessing in disguise. I invested my equity from the house sale and have been living off the dividends ever since, and I have a beautiful, new condo style apartment walking distance away from everything I find appealing in downtown Toronto. Who knows what tomorrow will bring, mind you. Anyway, hope you like this shot.

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