Hi everyone! Dying to get some advice here, particularly from those with a lengthier career. I am 28 and 2020 has thrown me for a loop. I was laid off this summer from my recruiting role (our 3rd round of COVID-related cuts), which I enjoyed but was INCREDIBLY high stress. Before that I was in sales, which again I also enjoyed to a degree, but was still very stressful. I am blessed in that I have great connections and am currently interviewing for recruiting & sales roles that I feel good about - but I'm not sure that's my passion. I feel very lost, and hope to find something more fulfilling in my career, but I'm also wondering if I just need to suck it up and realize real life is not about finding your passion? I feel like by 28 I should have "found" that already (other than my love, like most other peoples', for food and travel). I have had a family member ask if I would like to go in a totally different direction and start a restaurant with him that I would manage - but I'm scared that would derail my career in recruiting if I wanted to go back into it and secondly, I would be far from my friends and family for at least a couple of years. I'm wondering if this could be a life-changing opportunity, or something I would immensely regret. Any advice?