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  1. I'm now 60% for another kid and 40% against
    For at least the last 5 years I've considered myself 50/50. I assumed is meet someone and go with what they wanted. Then I met a guy who also seemed to be 50/50. We've been discussing it off and on and I'm realizing I'm closer to a 60/40.
  2. My partner doesn't need to be fucked up.
    I always dated really fucked up guys, in some way they would be fucked up whether their childhood, drama, lies, money, weight, etc. Why?! This week it has hit me- I did it because I thought if they were fucked up then they would be more accepting of my fucked up childhood. The problem is they were all currently fucked up whereas I wasn't, I had overcome my screwed up childhood. My fiancé is the greatest of men and accepts me more completely than anyone previously.
  3. I'm still figuring out what I want to be when I grow up
    The list about this made it clear that I'm still figuring out the answer
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  1. Any "man's job"
    Before I even had a period I found ways to tick of my stepdad and express my feminist self, one favorite way was to insist I'd do a "man's job".
  2. Pediatric cardiologist
    When I was 9 my brother was born with a heart defect, for at least the next 4 years I was certain that would be my career. That was until I heard about the 12+ years of college
  3. Dolphin trainer
    Who doesn't want to swim with dolphins every day
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I was always the person who finished one book before reading another, and then I became a single mom. More recently an engaged single mom and while reading is my passion I seem to find little time to do it. Hopefully before too long I'll finish these and have a new list of unfinished books.
  1. Quiet by Susan Cain
    There's really no reason for it taking me months to listen to this book. It's quite good and I'm fascinated by her research. At my listening rate I may finish it by Christmas 2016
  2. A Practical Wedding by Meg Keene
    Meg's insight is very help and I love the feminist take on wedding planning. Reading the parts that I need as I need them.
  3. Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
    Borrowed the book from a colleague. Upon lending it they asked if I'm a fast reader, that was 4 weeks ago and I'm about 3 chapters in. I should probably give it back. I'll try borrowing it again next decade.
  4. The girl in the spiders web by David Lagercrantz
    I loved all the others and had this one pre-ordered yet I've managed to read only a few pages since the release date, September 1. Is it because it's not Stieg Larsson or do I just suck at reading books?