Calling for a “Do Over”

In Random on December 26, 2012 at 10:33 am

Turtle Dude 

Last March I moved back to what I consider to be my hometown. I moved from the West Coast of Florida to Central Florida. On the west coast I had developed a freelance graphic design business that was going fairly well. I let it go when I moved to build a local base in this area. Now it is December and I am finally getting the ball rolling. I have developed some health problems that makes it even more imperative that I succeed at this. Luckily, it is something that I love and I am dedicated to its success.

At this very moment I have reworked my website, redesigned my business cards and in the next week I will go get my business license and then I will be ready to roll.

Life is a grand learning experience and that is one reason I have been drawn to freelancing. I learn so much about myself and otheres that it is a very rewarding experience for me.

So….here it goes.


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