One of the some many reasons I love my real estate career

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Real Estate Agent - Meridian Realty
I had only been in real estate one year when the market crashed. So many agents went ahead and placed their license in inactive. Nothing wrong with that but it wasn't my choice. My thinking was if I did that, I would be a newbie when the market returned. So, I rode the waves, kept my head above water and here I am. This has been an amazing year so far and it is only getting better. I learned so much during the last years and am really thankful for the hard times. Like the saying goes: what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. I work very hard but I can also play very hard. Today is one of those play days. Didn't have any showing appointments, so I was able to attend a softball tournament to support my awesome husband. Here I am at the ball field. The weather in GA today is very pleasant, I am taking care of some business for my clients while I watch the games. And here is one of those so many reasons I love real estate. I can work from wherever I am!!!! I am doing what I love so I don't work one single day of my life. Happy Life!!! :-)

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