By Ruu Hawkins

We all enter seasons in our lives where we feel like everything is coming to a head – life just won’t let up. I,
for one, experience this period of “WTF” every few years, or so. Most
recently – last May to be exact – I had firmly set my feet back on the
ground (financially) following a drought of sorts due to job loss,
followed by inconsistent freelance work, and countless financial
emergencies, which drained my life savings.

Following a move from the west coast to the east coast – I was now
surrounded by family and friends – a longing I had carried for several
years prior, as a young single mother. My daughters were adjusting
nicely. I felt as though the storm was over. Only, within eight months
of returning to my hometown life knocking at my door was a fresh basket
of lemons. Once more, I was faced with uncertainty as both a mother and
provider, after receiving a pay cut of 50 percent – with but a week’s
notice.

Continue

Source


Warning: A non-numeric value encountered in /home2/wadyk60ackgy/public_html/wp-content/themes/Newspaper/includes/wp_booster/td_block.php on line 353