Are you living the life you want? If you’re anything like me, you’ve reached the point in your life where you’re at the end of your rope.
After working hard for the past 40 years I was suddenly disabled. It wasn’t a debilitating illness or traumatic injury. Just a lifetime of braking my back for a paycheck.
I don’t know about you but, I wasn’t one of those career driven people with a fancy college degree. So I made the most of it with what I had to offer as an eighteen year old.
For the next decade I went from a Fast Food Cashier, Hotel Server, to a Restaurant Manager. My career choices fit in well with my lifestyle at that time. Maybe you can relate? It was all about fun and parties.
For the remainder of my working years I bounced around and explored a lot of other career options that would fit into my life as a wife and mother of three. It was mostly customer service.
I even started my own home daycare business. It gave me a lot more time with my family, but was short lived. Can you imagine working 12 hours a day changing diapers and chasing kids around? It was wearing me down not to mention driving my husband crazy when he got home from work.
So back to the 9 to 5 until my back gave out on me. I was in so much pain sitting all day, I just couldn’t take it anymore. My working career was over!
Now my days consisted of sitting in the recliner watching tv. It didn’t take long for me to become extremely depressed. I was so down that I didn’t even want to get out of bed in the morning. Have you ever felt that way?
I had nothing to look forward to. I was unfulfilled and underpaid! Growing up I always thought I would find my purpose someday, live my best life and make a great impact on the world, but I realized that wasn’t the case.
I’ll never forget the day my dad came over to our house crying. That wasn’t him! He told us that my mom who has early onset of Alzheimer’s has taken a turn for the worse. She was sleeping all day and up at night. He hadn’t slept in almost a week because she wouldn’t let him.
That day she bit him on the shoulder, scratched him and was very combative and verbally abusive. We went back to their house and it only got worse! Dad called 911 and broke down in tears again as he explained.
They told us that she would need to go to a memory care facility shorty. The monthly cost was $5,800 and wasn’t covered by insurance. Hearing that sank my heart! If that had happened to my husband we would be in the same situation.
I wouldn’t accept that this was now my life at 55. We had no retirement and barely any savings. Just a 401K with a declining balance. I felt guilty being at home all day while my husband went to work, and thought that he resented me.
It killed me that my kids weren’t getting the life or mother they deserved. I was worried that if I didn’t get out of that depressed state my husband would leave me. I was afraid that if something didn’t change I would lose my self-worthiness. There was no way I could let that happen!
One day I decided to look on the internet to find a solution. You can pretty much google anything and come up with a lot of different options. Don’t you think?
I came across an ad that caught my attention. Put in my email address and watched a very transparent british guy on video explain how to start an online business.
Of course all the red flags came up. Maybe you would feel the same. What made it so amazing was all of my preconceived notions were wrong!
You may be thinking you have to have your own product like I did, you may be thinking you have to be technically savvy, but I realized I didn’t have to be any of these things.
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Now I can’t wait to get up in the morning! Everyday I look forward to the fulfillment and peace of mind I get knowing that I have a plan for our future.