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tati33 tati33 8 years
i agree with calibabi..i know people who make more than me and didn't even graduate high school. but while more money is nice it isnt everything..and i would rather make less is a stressless work environment then make more in a stressful work place.
t0xxic t0xxic 8 years
dead on cali. i dont make anything being a mommy but damnit if Im more proud of the things my little guys do then I ever would be of handing in a report
calibabi calibabi 8 years
i agree! i have a friend who tried to make me feel guilty because he makes more money than i do even though i got my degree and he never did. i told him that it doesn't matter how much money you make, as long as you are proud of what you do. success isn't always calculated in $$$.
fab4 fab4 8 years
It took me 8 years to get my degree from a major university. My parents helped me out, but I paid for about 60 % by myself. I am proud that I stuck with it, even though I hated it and soon I will have my Bachelor's of Science hanging on my wall.
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