I made a very unsmart determination about 9 months ago and sold the only real laptop I had – it was given to me as a hand me down basically, and didn’t even run on Windows 10…I believe it was XP to be honest!I basically favored it, please don’t get me wrong, but I will admit my vision for its productivity/money making advantage was extremely limited; I didn’t see it at all. Especially since the only real way I could attach to WiFi was through my Verizon phone’s hotspot. Yah, I had to hotspot my Galaxy8+. Anyways, point is… I have my Galaxy8+ still, I have an Asus ZenTab, and I have an Amazon Kindle Fire like 4th Gen.
or something, I truly use it just for studying…. I currently live on a really fixed income to boot… as in $720. 00 per 30 days to try to live to tell the tale on…so purchasing a laptop at this moment is out of the question. It WILL happen with my next advantage deposit that doesn’t get completely eaten by all the overdraft fees from my bank. However, that might take 2 months or so… I realize I lived 32 years in extraordinarily cramped positions, but I can’t wait an alternate 60 days. My query to you is this:Understanding my challenge with my instruments, akin to not owning a real laptop per se, if you had to imagine that my knowledge and skill level in all ability nomadic careers, or job positions we’ll say, were equal and essentially non existant, which career or job would you put forward for me to begin learning, as an easy to navigate foundational skillset…?If that you could offer any advice or counsel here, I would so clearly appreciate that.
I absolutely remember the reality is up to ME and what I put into it; what I’m inclined to put into it. And, frankly, I won’t stop… I refuse to suffer to live on like I’ve watched my family do all my life. Actually, my mom determined to commit suicide nearly 6 years ago, essentially due to her disabling and out of manage financial worries. Financial stress took my mom’s life, primarily. It’s awful – the pressures we continue to instill on our people, but I, though, choose freedom.