Reading Time: 4 minutes Well, over the last few weeks I’ve dropped a couple hints that some things were shuffling around in my life, and some exciting changes were happening. A few weeks ago, I made the transition into working from home – that’s right, I am no longer an office administrator! Now, I am a Social Media Strategist! These are some exciting times, my friends! I have been an office administrator pretty much since getting out of high school. As an organizational freak, someone who pays close attention to detail, and enjoys working with customers, being a admin was something I thrived in. But, the funny thing no one tells you is: just because you’re good at something, doesn’t mean you like it. For the most part, I wasn’t too crazy about my day to day duties as an office administrator – checking inventory, faxing, scanning, answering phone calls, scheduling meetings – the list goes on. But frankly, for years, I didn’t know what I wanted to do – and so doing what I was good at seemed like the obvious choice. After High School I went to college to learn ASL (a beautiful language) and I had dreams of being an interpreter. But, after that year I realized that wasn’t going to be my path. Working towards something and realizing it’s not for you can leave you kind of lost, and so I got a job as an office admin.