Patience. Persistence.

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

March 30, 2010


Categories: Family

I am by no means there. But, there’s a light. And, I think I can see it. 2007 was a difficult year. 2008 I graduated. 2009 was a difficult, purpose-less year. I felt like everything I studied, everything I wanted, was just out of reach.

Then, suddenly, 2010. I have realized I am doing what I want. Albeit without pay. But, that’s why I’m meeting with a SCORE counselor tomorrow. How can I really take all that knowledge swimming around in my head, make a modest income, pay off my student loans, and still do what I love?

Let the journey begin.


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