It’s Thursday night at the Rosewood and huddles of women wrapped in dresses tight as sausage casings circulate around the lobby. A steady flow of sky-high stilettos and colorful mini-dresses come in the front door. All head to the dark barroom to the left of the entrance. By eight P.M. many are paired up with younger men. After a drink or two, couples move away from the bar, getting cozy on benches by the fireplaces or under blankets and heat lamps on the deck.
Now granted that quitting the corporate job you hate to pursue your dreams will give you more time to be creative. You just have to be willing to except the lifestyle change that you’re about to embrace.