Employed my whole life so far, always in tax. Enjoyed it less and less each year until a few years back when I decided I was done, but couldn't find a career to transition into (stupid high costs of University coupled with too many grown up responsibilities).
I shifted jobs to see if it was just my employer that had driven the desire to tax out of me, but I'm here again wondering if a career change is possible. I've decided not, best to put my head down and plough through the next god knows how many years, but in the interest of getting a light at the end of the tunnel to look forward to, I'm wondering if, when I'm older and have less need of money in the run up to retirement, I could shift into something else then in a 'I don't have to rake it in, just keep the lights on' way.
Obviously you don't know me, but what would you do if you just needed to have a low stress income stream that brought in a bit of money for food and heat? I need to find a passion that I can earn a little from I suppose, something I ruled out a few years ago for not being enough to support my household.
All ideas welcomed!