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The short answer; flexibility, travel, and the tiny house. 


Bartending has afforded me the flexibility to continue pursuing my personal interests.  I have been able to spend more time in the mountains or with my dog than I otherwise would have been able to.


Travel has always made me feel alive and has offered me many opportunities to learn about the world.  I even had free global flights for two years, which deterred me from a traditional career for some time.

I wanted to make palpable use of my architecture knowledge and woodworking skills with a design-build project.  The time and money commitment has been immense, but I hope to be a mortgage-free homeowner soon.


However, bartending isn't as rewarding or mentally stimulating as I would like, and I'm ready to make a change.

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