It is apparent that I have not been here much recently. I stop in occasionally and answer a question here and there and delete a few spams but that is about it. It has been a few years, although it seems like a few weeks, since I lost my job after some serious health issues. I was forced to do something else as the economy and my age were too much for me too overcome in the field I was in. Experience counts for s--- today. If you read my post a while back I had tried dozens of ways to make money from MLM to selling solar panels. One day I answered an ad to write classified ads and I got paid for it. I realized that I was still a writer so I began to pursue that. I have since written hundreds of web pages and articles and actually got paid for it. It takes a lot of hours but I seem to be good at it. I work for myself and promised myself that I would never fire myself no matter how old I was. So here I am today a professional content writer working full time from home and enjoying the challenge. Now If I could get heath care that was less than 1200.00 per month I would be all set.
Here is a link to my new website. It has links to some of my writing. If you like it please pass it along and I will see you all back on the forum soon. Thanks
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