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Episode #2 Knowing When to Quit
with guest Jessica Hoover

Dawn Taylor welcomes photographer Jessica Hoover to the show to explore what it’s like to quit something and make a major life change. Moving through significant career transitions can incur judgment from yourself and people around you, so Jessica shares her story and advice with Dawn.

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Dawn Taylor welcomes photographer Jessica Hoover to the show to explore what it’s like to quit something and make a major life change. Moving through significant career transitions can incur judgment from yourself and people around you, so Jessica shares her story and advice with Dawn.

 

Jessica shares how she struggled, at 17, to rise to the pressure of finding her one lifetime career. She discusses how she didn’t have a sense that she was allowed to fail or change her mind. When she did settle into a career as a Registered Nurse, after eight years she started to realize she wasn’t her best self, she was taking her frustrations and anxiety out on her family, and she knew it was time for a change.

 

Jessica and Dawn explore exactly what those feelings of dissatisfaction and unhappiness look like. Jessica details what her red flags were and what she wanted to change about how she showed up for her family. They dig deep into the amount of work a transition really is but also lay open how it can be done sustainably and without sacrificing security. This episode is a key support for anyone feeling at odds with where they are, or itching to make a change but feeling afraid of making that choice.

 

About Jessica Hoover:

Jessica Hoover is a Mom of 2 spirited girls, a wife to her supportive husband of 13 years, and a photographer who loves authentic people, starry eyed dreamers and meaningful moments. You can usually find her in her gardens, on a hiking trail in the woods, or in her kitchen cooking and baking from scratch. She was a Registered Nurse by trade for 8 years before shifting careers into fashion and accessories for 7 years, and is now happily settled into her true love of photography. 

 

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Jessica Hoover: website | instagram | facebook

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