It would be gratuitous to describe myself as a "Renaissance man"; I'm not beholden to flattery--even by myself-- and I think "jack of all trades, master of none" is much more true. Besides, I'm a woman.
A graduate of BIOLA University, I hold a BA in Psychology. I went on to complete a Single-Subject Credential in English Language Arts and taught for 5 years at the high school level. In April of 2009, I left teaching to become a homemaker and birthed 4 children, 3 of them at home, and two unassisted. Before the birth of my 4th child, I trained as a DONA Birth doula and supported 7 women before I went on maternity leave. I now manage the home with children ages 6, 5, 2 and 3 months.
It is not my desire, nor my husband's that I work another job besides the demanding position i already hold, but if it will allow my husband to leave his current position, then am willing to tarry towards that end. We married in 2007, and would love to work from home together, if possible. I'm toying with the idea of becoming a licensed broker through License Solutions, so any info on that would be great. If we can replace Tim's bread-winning income with a husband-wife team flipping houses or through brokerage, that would be amazing.
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