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Find Love- Keep Love : Romance News : May 2009

Looking For A Legitimate Work From Home Job?
May 5, 2009 18:20


So you are exploring the possibility of working from home! Good for you, you are not alone. A recent survey found that almost 72% of American households have considered options for making money from home. So there are literally millions of other people looking for legitimate work from home job opportunities. Your reasons for wanting to do this may be varied: to stay home with young children, a physical impairment or illness, retirement, or just fed up with the rat race!

Whatever your reasons are, I am sure that if you explore the possibilities carefully and with realistic expectations, you can find just the right (legitimate) work from home job for you!

The most common-sense and effective legitimate work from home job plan I have found for making money on the internet is this: build a web business via a theme-based content site. This is very do-able, very affordable, and I know it works, because I have done it!

There are several advantages to this plan:

*Start from scratch with little start-up money
*Total flexibility of hours. No boss, no timeclock to punch.
*Don't need an actual product to sell; you can earn money as an infopreneur.
*Makes money while you are away from your computer; residual income.
*Not a GRQ scheme, but a long-term business that will grow over time.

This might be just what you are looking for! For more information, read my report, "Starting a legitimate online business at home". You can access this free report here: Online Business

With Crying in the Background...
May 9, 2009 19:36

Our Writing Contest Winner for May:


After my divorce I vowed to never again fall in love. Marriage should be a loving passionate environment, not a relationship that fills one with fear and disdain. When my son was 4 months old, I felt the urge to date, to find someone to have a little fun with. My roommate set me up with a friend she knew online. I immediately felt a spark between the two of us. Late into the night when we should have been playing cards, we talked about everything from work to life itself. He left asking if he could call me, but I didn’t expect to hear from him.

When the phone rang the next day I never expected it was him; we talked for 3 hours and agreed that he would come over that night. He stayed until five in the morning and we stood in the yard saying goodbye for two hours. When he kissed me I felt my heart explode, I had never felt such passion in my life, I had only read about it in fairy tales.

He had met my son that night. My heart melted and I knew I had fallen in love with him when I saw him holding my son and playing with him with as much enthusiasm as he showed for me. The next day he asked if he could take us both out, he carried my son all day.

Within two months he had moved in with my son and me. I expected a proposal, something romantic. When he got down and proposed to me in our living room, just as I had walked in from work, and with my son, (who was already calling him daddy) crying in the background, I couldn’t believe it.

At first I was disappointed, but then I realized that it was perfect for us. We had crying in our lives, we had a child in our lives, and this proposal showed me that he was asking both of us, and I couldn’t have asked for anything more.


*Submit your own love story or poem in our contest and win a great prize: Writing Contest.

Grief Isn't Just About Death...
May 13, 2009 14:45

I don't know if you realize that we are a "sister site" to a grief recovery website,

Well, we have a grief story page, and one submission has turned into quite a thread; and you might be interested to follow along.
It is called "Grief Isn't Just About Death...", and was submitted by Matt, from the UK, who was dumped by his girlfriend.
All of us have had our share of disappointments in romance, so we thought this would make for an interesting read for everyone:


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