My family teases me because as long as I can remember–ok, ever since I borrowed a key book from the Severna Park, MD library when I was my youngest’s age; (She can’t really be that old, can she?) I have known that money would come when I needed it.
This gets filed by my family and friends as either “Tarrant’s delusions” or “Tarrant magic” or both. In the past it came to buying huge bags of potatoes, onions, and delivering newspapers in Wisconsin winters heavily pregnant and with a newborn. I believe that money finds it way to me through a forgotten pocket, a perfect job, an unexpected check in the mail. It works for me and will work again. Not magic, just a lot of positive thinking.
I am looking for the perfect job–some flexibility, some chances to sparkle and shine, and of course, do what I do best–make online communities and social media gambits shine. While I listen to the river and find the perfect job–my family might be a bit more anxious than usual. If I stop to think about the leap, I might be too. I won’t though because that scares the jobs away.
In the meantime…I learned from the January 1923 issue of Modern Priscilla that “Home Knitting is the Answer to Women’s Money Troubles.” “The best way to untangle a knot is to tackle it fearlessly and without hesitation.” Great advice! While I doubt the Gearheart Knitting Machine company is interested in me knitting stockings for them, it is good to know knitting is the answer to money troubles.