90 Day Fiance Geoffrey Paschel

’90 Day Fiance’: Geoffrey Paschel Reveals His Job

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90 Day Fiance fans often see Geoffrey Paschel cutting wood or chopping trees. They know he’s a nature nut, and many people like him for that. He also works out a lot and stays healthy. And, when he’s not doing that, he writes long stories about life and sometimes of a spiritual nature. But, a lot of fans wonder if he actually has a job. Now, he revealed that he does.

90 Day Fiance fans wonder if Geoffrey works

For some reason, trolls enjoy asking people from the TLC cast, “Do you even have a job?” And to their disappointment, usually the people they tried shaming actually work at something if their visa allows it. Well, Geoffrey also gets that question so he wrote all about it on Thursday, October 22. When Geoffrey answers questions, he often explains more about himself, his philosophy, and his beliefs.

The 90 Day Fiance star said in part, that he works. But he avoids the “9-to-5 monotony that consumes much of the workforce.” It certainly seems like cradle-to-grave boredom doesn’t cut it for Geoffrey. So, he enjoys it and feels free. As he pointed out, his job lifestyle might not suit everyone, but he’s not made for the routine of dull jobs. And, he works as his own boss. So, no need to take orders all the time.

Creative work brings reflection

It looks like Geoffrey renovates homes. He explained, “My work forces me to envision the best layout while rebuilding a kitchen.” He also talked about the functional positioning of an “entrance way, (sic).” And, he loves his job “restoring homes,” as he feels as if he “reinvents” himself. The job allows him plenty of time to think. It gives him to “reflect on life and make…better plans or decisions for when new or similar experiences” come along. And he added, “I am also fortunate to have work that leads me to so many new understandings while engaging in what some view as “mindless.”
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The 90 Day Fiance star comes over as a deep thinker. Geoffrey also enjoys engaging with his followers. So, at the end, he asked a few questions. These included, “Do you prefer to follow the masses…conforming to “everyone” else? Or do you like to make things better on your own terms?” Plenty of fans joined the discussion about work. One said, “You forgot to mention it lets you work with your shirt off and flex for the gram too. Very important.” And Geoffrey replied, saying, “I’m always flexed… 😉.”

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“Does he even work?” Yeah, yeah…I work. It may not fit into the typical 9-to-5 monotony that consumes much of the workforce, but my work is much more enjoyable and freeing. Sure, the work I consider to be interesting and engaging might not be desirable to you. Yet, I learned very early in my life that a 9-to-5 position with 2 weeks “off” each year was definitely not my calling. Also, I am a leader, not a follower. I have always been. I am not a “yes boss” type of person that just follows orders without asking if there is a better way. I prefer to make my own schedule, be in charge of my work responsibilities, and actually see my physical accomplishments at the end of the day. It gives me a satisfaction that could otherwise, in my opinion, never be attained. . All the former are great reasons to be self-employed, but that’s not the most rewarding part. My work forces me to envision the best layout while rebuilding a kitchen or figuring out where to put the entrance way to a room to be more functional. Consequently though, while doing so, I cannot help but reflect on my life. While I am ripping down a wall and ultimately restoring homes, I am also reinventing myself. Many people like to listen to music while they work—I prefer to listen to my own thoughts. . My thoughts are what drive me. With that said, this also means my mind never stops. I am all over the place when I am in deep thought. Some would argue my racing thoughts are rampant or unrestrained. However, I actually view them as a means to another new beginning or lessons learned. Everyone has a different idea of what “normal” is—my intrinsic chaos is, to me, mental stability. Of course, many people wish they could change things that have occurred in life leading one to dwell on the negative. Me, nah, not so much, I am appreciative of merely being able to reflect on life and make a better plans or decisions for when new or similar experiences come my way. I am also fortunate to have work that leads me to so many new understandings while engaging in what some view as “mindless”. . Do you prefer to follow the masses…conforming to “everyone” else? Or do you like to make things better on your own terms?

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Meanwhile, other people work from home for themselves as well. And they understand that it makes life a bit easier if they set their own schedule. If you work for yourself, do you understand where Geoffry’s coming from? Sound off in the comments below.

 

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