What do you do for living?


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I'm retired; however, I write mystery novels. My first novel entitled Deaf Takes a Holiday sold a few copies a month for the first year. In the meantime, I'm working on the sequel, 'Til Deaf Us Do Part.

I need to look that up again soon.. money has been a bit tight.

Right now.. I'm a student again! LOL
No idea what will happen after I'm done.


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Mum of 7. (Eldest daughter is married. Youngest in High school). Writer, Bible Teacher (Doctorate of Divinity), International Public Relations, Cross-cultural advisor. Missionary. Handcrafted Crochet business as well.

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Retired by disabling accident, many from current to start, logger, farm hand, roofer, mariner, factory worker, medical field mostly emergency, some administration, physical therapy, orthopedic, Coast Guard, canary, farm hand, janitor, I think that about covers it:ily:


I am a marketer
Frankly speaking, everyone can earn enough nowadays. It's even not necessary to leave the house, there are plenty of ways to make money online, agree? I've tried a lot of options, for now I like to be a marketer but also I make bets on sport. It's actually a fun and profitable way of earning https://anjun1.net/
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I am currently unemployed and I am looking to do something different. Maybe you might give me some good ideas. Thanks!
As an author I could suggest... have you considered writing? With the pandemic, you would not need to come into other people unnecessarily.

It is a rewarding career and you can either publish for sales or donate books to your local library in paper or digital format


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Zen Priest and IT Technician. :deaf:Profile says "New Member"... I guess changing your email address will do that. been lurking for a number of years now...:giggle:


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Retired timber machinist, 25 years in the timber trade, was made redundant 4 years ago, so now unofficially retired," beats saying, unemployed :giggle: ".