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In this guest post, Jerry Wright, a civil engineer who does what he loves and gets paid for it shares how he found what he loved and pursued it and now enjoys every day of his work.
Today marks my 5th wedding anniversary. I met Lelemba Phiri seven months before we got married. We liked similar things. I had never met her or heard of her before the day we met. She moved into a flat above mine in Lusaka. What attracted me to Lelemba She struck me, firstly, like…
You probably were told “Do what you love and the money will follow” but it didn’t work and got broke instead.
When you’re creating the life and work that you love, it can be hard if you don’t have the money to support yourself
Today is my 32nd birthday. I thank God for all the wonderful years filled with pain and pleasure, support and challenge, happiness and sadness. Today I’m feeling the song Tightrope by Janelle Monae. I only heard it last night when Lelemba posted the video on her Facebook wall. I love the lyrics and she sings…