Hello All, Hope you had a great week. The last couple of weeks have been pretty hectic for me. I spent a week or two in cabin fever mode. We locked ourselves in the condo as we put my princess through potty training. Truth be told, I think it took more of a toll on us than it did her. But I think she's finally mastered that skill. Not bad for a girl that isn't 2 yet. lol
If that wasn't enough, we've been doing some home shopping. My little condo feels like the walls are finally closing in on me. Ever since my little girl has learned how to walk there is no place to hide. So the past couple of weeks we've visited some homes in the hope of finding our vision of the "Salomon Compound". Here are some things I've learned about house shopping.
1. What you think you might need and what you really do need are two different things. I initially thought I would pretty much be happy with a home that was double the size of our current condo and a little land. This way my daughter and the dog had some place to roam and I wouldn't be responsible for too much yard work.
However after seeing a few homes. I realize that I probably need triple the space for family entertaining. The need for a small yard has been replaced with the desire of an acre or two so I can have an ATV and private paintball field in my my backyard. It's not a neccessity like large living space, bedrooms, office and a "man cave". But it's become more of a priority now that I can see what I can get out there. lol
2. Homeowners aren't the best marketers. I've visited several homes. Some of the ones that stand out in my mind for the wrong reasons include a home where a dirty bra was left hanging on a bathroom door and some dudes draws were plastered on the bathroom floor.
Fortunately I've watched enough HGTV where I've learned to ignore things that may not be to my liking. But usually that would mean paint, carpets, wall paper, etc. I wasn't prepared to see folks personal garments out and about. I don't know about you but when I know company is coming over, I tidy up. I'll keep it real, I'm a neat freak. So I tidy up constantly. But if I'm trying to sell my home, you better believe I'm really going to clean it up so buyers see themselves in it. So if you're trying to sell your house, you might want to keep that in mind.
In any event I've found some new work at home jobs. But before we get to them, let's get some housekeeping items out the way to prevent any confusion, hateful comments, threats, demands, etc… You know who you are.
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– It should be noted we're a U.S. based site, so most of our job leads will be in America. Look, It's nothing personal against you or your nation. I don't believe in drinking "hatorade". (Eddy loves all people.) So that's why I've created an international work at home job page for people that live outside the U.S. Click here to visit it now.
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– And finally, some of you may be visiting this page all after the fact. This may mean the jobs listed below are no longer available. Again, there isn't anything I can do about that. If you're subscriber, just patiently wait for my next job lead post. Or you can visit my other site www.WorkAtHomeCareers.com to see if we've posted similar jobs there or check out our work at home companies page.
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