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Happiness Doesn't Mean Professional

   I have put posts in the past on my site about this subject, and I am going to copy this message for that blog, as well. We have this mentality that having a more PROFESSIONAL job is going to mean more happiness, because you will have more money. Now, I will AGREE that more money DOES mean a happier life, and I think that everyone out there reading this knows it.  Being in a state of poverty causes great stress and can rob your ability to enjoy the life around you.  So, it is important that you plan and work to make at LEAST the needed money to satisfy your needs to allow you to enjoy your life. HOWEVER, I want to break down what my life has been like in my stages of both professional life and a more flexible freelancer life When I have worked as a professional, whether it be my time as a retail manager, IRS Agent, Accountant, or Housing Professional; I got up very early to prepare for the job, worked in clothes that I didn't like, drove through tr
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