Other stuff: It helps to buy a map (or print one from Mapquest) and mark OFF sections on the map as you do them. Go from hood to hood, one after the other, methodically, like a serial marketer.
Again, learn to save and learn to live on next to nothing.
This is an attitude I find absolutely essential to survival because when times are tough, I can go month after month for several years without breaking down and going back to work for someone else. FTS, I'll *never* go back, even if I have to wear religious clothes and drive 20-year old cars, I don't care.
Tighten up your belt buckles: tough times ahead.
If you make it, you'll be a better person.
Have a little faith, I'll keep my fingers crossed for you.
Thank you I have a management job running a local Diner for my Dad, however working iwth the in-laws did not work out for my hubby!! My Dad has several places, but he does not own the Diner. Which means it could be yanked from us at any given time. I have no problem living on next to nothing....he got used to living comfy ALthough the car I drive is a 93 Honda and the truck we just bought we bought out right for $1000 93 Ford. I'm getting more flyers ready and heading out today!!