I’ve been struggling a lot recently with the importance of my work. When I read about people like Mark Lilly, who turned an old school bus into a traveling farmer’s market, I admire that he saw a need and it was important enough to him that he dedicates his life to it. Because of people like him, I feel like I should be doing something much more important. I have my toe dipped into two worlds where there is a lot of important work to be done- the environment and special needs children. I dream of making all natural or organic baby products more available to those of limited means. But I also dream of helping families with children newly diagnosed with special needs navigate the bridge between working and staying home and figuring out how to juggle essentially three full time jobs (parenting, their jobs and coordinating doctors’ appointments and therapies). I know it would be helpful to focus on one thing, but I’ve yet to determine which. Also, short of quitting one of my full time jobs, which I’m not prepared to do, I don’t know how to find the energy to focus on one more thing. For me, it’s not really about finding the time, it’s more about finding the energy, the focus. How did you figure out what you wanted to be when you grow up and how did you go about making that happen?