I know I’ve  been M.I.A. for a while, so I just wanted to bring you guys a Work From No Home update.  Unfortunately, I’ve been somewhat of a slacker since we last spoke.  I chilled over the holiday weekend, but then I began having some medical problems.  For me, this means lots of forthcoming medical bills for a while as I will start having to go to do the doctor on a weekly basis.  Even though this sucks, I’m taking it in stride and turning it into a positive.

Medical issues are just the kind of the that fuel my fire and kind of push to into a corner to the point where I feel that I have to succeed, so in a way, I’m kind of glad this has happened when it did.  These Work From No Home sites (or any other sites I build in the near future) are going to be “pay off medial bills sites.”  Now that I think about it, it would be fun to be able to put up a site whenever an emergency like this comes up, so I can create sites to pay off various bills and what not.

Since this is a Work From No Home post, I did realize that I made a funny mistake when it comes to my site.  I got a domain name that doesn’t necessarily correspond that well to the actual product because I was too lazy to read the sales page and hadn’t yet gone through the product (got a better one), so make sure you do both of those things.  🙂  I’ve also found that I actually like the product itself, and having access to the product has given me tons of ideas for articles, even though I’m not totally done going through the product.

I’m going to try to get through the entire course by the end of the night, so I will be able to bring you another update tomorrow.   I can already see that by the time I’m done with the course, I’ll be able to spit out a bunch of unique, quality content – one of the main reasons you should buy the product rather than going off the sales page.  I’m really glad I took the time to find the product that I did.  Don’t forget that you can join in on the Work From No Home fun anytime.

Yours in online success…

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