I know it's nice to think about being able to take days off when you work from home, sipping a cup of coffee while you watch all of your neighbors trudge through the snow to get to work.
And, yes, there is some of that, to be sure. You can set your own hours and pick and choose when you work (and who you work with).
But sometimes it means that you choose to work when other people have days off because you are building a business, and building a business takes work.
And that's okay.
If you work hard in the beginning, you can set up income streams to keep you going for years to come.
Just remember three things:
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About L. Shay Bradham
L. Shay Bradham is a writer, published author, mom of 3, activist, Trekkie, coffee aficionado, and plays an impressive game of Klingon Monopoly.