Let me know if your current job is where you want to be or just ended up for now.
I have achieved my dream and that is working from home on the internet. I write articles for hub pages and textbroker. I do surveys and read and rate articles. I also answer questions for Web Answers when I get time. After 10 months of working hard, I'm finally earning enough to actually call it a decent part time income.
I intended to work where I am working now so I am very that my dream came true.
I mean, I am very happy that my dream came true. thanks
I was always good at Art in school, went to art college and then ended up doing Graphic Design for a degree, didn't know I'd be a web designer!
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