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Distraction.

I should probably do the dishes.
Hmmm, that pile of dirty washing is growing.
Yes! I’m going to do some baking!
Can I squeeze an episode of… 344 more words

Business

Money, money, money, (not) lots of money, in a poor man’s world.

I didn’t go into self-employment under any disillusion that my budding business was going to magically morph from nothing into mega-times-a-million-bucks in just a week, but the day I didn’t get paid was still a bit of a shock to the system. 626 more words

Business

Lonely, I am so lonely …

Once upon a time in a far-off land called Erin’s Memories, alone time equalled loneliness, rejection and all kinds of nasty negative pooface. I call that time ‘Pre-Erin’. 399 more words

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I'm not trying to find myself, I'm trying to find the rest of the world.

I’m not trying to find myself, I’m trying to find the rest of the world.

This isn’t going to be just another blog about how I had a revelation that I should quit my job, about how I saved every penny for years so I could see the world, nor about how I need to “find myself” during a quarter-life crisis. 581 more words

I wanted to be the big boss.

I was a bright student who got good in maths and very good in physics after class 11.I completed my engineering and worked for a year.One day I was returning from work and met my senior engineer waiting for a taxi cab.Some months went by and I realised I was growing very slowly.Most of the day I worked I was just wasting my time and waiting for my office hours to end.As the days went by I saw all the other workers also wasting their time in meaningless gossip. 126 more words

(Not) Working Nine to Five, What a Way to (Not) Make a Living

It’s a little bit odd, but I’m now self-employed. Five years, three years, even 18 months ago I would never have even vaguely thought that being my own boss and becoming a bit of an entrepreneur was something that would float my boat. 624 more words

Business

Don't Quit Your Job (Yet)

You’ve come to a breaking point- the romance is gone with your current employer. You’ve known it for a while, they may even know it too. 686 more words

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