Aside from the very obvious (I set my own hours, there’s no dress code, nobody’s around to comment or judge if I eat lunch in my pjs), I love that I am so supremely available to those who need me. If I had a traditional job, I would need to ask permission to pick up my sick child from school, and/or ask coworkers to cover for me while I was out.
I have been at this “make money online” career for over 5 years now. In that time, I have learned so much. The most important lesson I have learned, though, is that I don’t want to be an employee¬†ever again. I have learned my strengths and weaknesses, and I know how to make them work for me in my internet marketing career.
After owning and operating several dozen blogs and sites, this is my first “personal” blog. Of course, since it is a blog and it’s part of my online persona, I will probably toss in a few tidbits about internet marketing and blogging from time to time.