do work for myself – and sign on at the same time. result. ... occasionally have to “borrow” money from gullible friends and family – but then travelling to geneva every month and maintaining lifestyle comes at a cost. not to me though. 18 months ago
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How I did it: I completed my Pilates certification 5 years ago and left a comfortable, but not totally fulfilling desk job at a dance school. After a rough year as an apprentice, I auditioned for a studio in midtown and landed the gig.
I failed to maintain happiness in my relationship with the love of my life. She said she needed something to change and it ended up being me. I couldn’t keep up with her, shes so talented and smart and I found myself in a hole for 3 months and that decided it. So many regrets and so much hatred toward myself. I sit here heartbroken, but I understand. I need to work for me from now on. Not anyone else. I have to stop giving things up and start getting more. I hate this life, its such a joke. But from now on I’m going at it in my shoes, for myself. 18 months ago
Working away, slow but steady, some days I manage only a single page, some days given to research so nothing is written, but the website is growing daily and I have ideas for other things too. I feel that within the next year I will turn a corner with this and begin making a proper income. Yay. 20 months ago
Working too many hours on this, but have made great strides. Resolved all my problems by myself, lots of research, made notes for the future, in case I run into these problems again. Have taken the last two days off as I was feeling really overworked and stressed, not sleeping well. Catching my breath. Back to writing content for my website on Sunday. Looking forward to monetizing the website in January or February at the lasest. 20 months ago