About three years ago I looked a the possibilities for my life and decided I wanted a change. I kept seeing commercials about working at home, but had heard a lot of bad information about it. It came to my attention one day that their was people actually doing this type of thing, while sitting at home in their PJ's.
On a social outing that I was making, I met this lady who's conversation led to information about her work. The more we talked I realized this person had the exact information I had been wanting to know. The questions began to fly as I quizzed her about the things she was doing. I wanted to know what she was doing and if it would be something I could learn as well. Each time I saw her after that, I would again ask her about the work she was doing on the computer. Finally I pinned her down about showing me her way of handling the different aspects of the service.
I was informed that I would become a student on a daily basis, and that there was never a time that I wouldn't learn something new in my efforts. Visiting her a few days later, opened a field of knowledge I had a hard time understanding. She assured me that it would eventually fall together and work out to the ultimate goal. I ask her if there was some school courses that I could consider taking? She was unaware of Ashworth College and it's field of studies at that time. I made many mistakes during the last 3 years of website publishing. I've ruined templates, and had to revamp my blogs. I wish that I had known about this credited college back then. I would have made the effort to take their "blogging" course and obtain a six month certificate upon completion. It has been a long up hill struggle to get where I am today. I make a certain amount of income a month, but when I look at the amounts listed that other bloggers make, I feel like I'm still on the ground level. I am writing daily, and this money helps buy the extra things I need, which my fixed income can't handle. I hope that some of the efforts I have made will prove profitable as I progress in my field of labors.