I am thinking about it. I feel like I have aged soooo much since becoming a nurse. Especially the past couple of months. Also, I have GI probs because my nerves are shot (diarrhea every night, minutes before I leave for work), and I sometimes feel my heart race when I am at work and one of my coworkers is communicating with me in a aggressive or passive-aggresive manner. Fine lines are starting to surface, my feet ache, and I am mentally exhausted.Been thinking about becoming a Paralegal. My friend works as one and absolutely loves her independence. As a matter of fact, I think I am jealous of her! Sure, lawyers are cranky 99% of the time, but cranky/grouchy is better than passive-aggressive, bitchy, and manipulative! She spends a lot of her day working from home, or in the legal library. Ahhh.Or I have been thinking about court stenography. Big bucks, sans cattiness, for the most part. Or........A dog groomer. If I choose this route, I will open my own biz.Or Paralegal/court stenographer AND dog groomer. So, have you, or do you know of anyone, who said bu-bye to nursing and went back to school to pursue something else? DO they have any regrets? What type of work did they pursue?