All posts by: RealFreedomForYou

I know it sounds counterintuitive to add a side-gig to the list of tasks a busy person already has to manage in life, but hear me out. Whether you are single, working full-time or part-time, or working full-time and managing...
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In my early 30’s, a man who…would ultimately change the course of my life…approached me with a concept to make more money than I was currently making as a Doctor of Pharmacology. He routinely reached out to me, every month,...
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I’ve heard testimonials of entrepreneurial journeys from thousands of small business owners. Most of the time, the impetus for their leap into full-time entrepreneurship began with a side-gig or side-hustle. It started as a part-time/spare-time passion bringing in a little,...
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How My Home-Based Business Gave Me Back My Life! 15 yrs ago I was diagnosed with an invisible illness. It left me leading a very sedentary life. I would try to exercise at the gym, but was – more or...
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Right now I’m beaming with gratitude for the journey my husband and I have been on for the past seven years of owning a home-based business. But seven years ago we were hanging by a very thin thread, and I...
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This time of the year brings a wave of germs dominoing their way around schools and offices. It’s just a matter of time before someone in your family is touched by the ick and then it’s all downhill from there....
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After graduating college I could hardly wait to get right to work. For months I built a professional wardrobe of suits and stylish, but comfortable shoes for my 3 block walk to the office. My parents gifted me a leather,...
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Two years ago my husband was laid-off from his job with the city. It was a job he’d worked for 18 years, and once he was “let go” we lost the only form of income we had to support our...
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“What’s the best way to get through a minefield?” Think about it before you answer. You might say, “Carefully!” and that would be a wise choice, but carefully isn’t enough. The answer is simple….you follow in the footsteps of someone...
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Suitcase at the ready.  Unpacking to wash or take clothes to the dry-cleaners.  Repacking for the next week.  Leaving early or missing family events on Sunday evening to catch a plane to one’s weekly home-away-from-home.  Returning Thursday night or Friday...
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