Juggling Work and Personal Life

JugglingThe last month has been an emotional rollercoaster for my family. While things have been going great with the online business and my wife doing great at her career, we suddenly found ourselves having to move out of the home we have had since 2009.

So the process of finding a new home was daunting to say the least. We knew what we wanted in a home, but we also new this was going to be a temporary home, till we were in the position to buy. Trying to find a suitable home proved to be harder than I initially thought.

We wanted to stay in the same area since my daughter in a sophomore at a very good school. We looked at a few homes that would run us about $1400 to $2200 a month. The house we really wanted was $2000 and on an acre of land out in the country. Would have been perfect. Unfortunately the real estate lady would never return our calls, then we got a hold of the broker and was told he would personally make sure she called us back. Never happened. Continue Reading →