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April 27, 2015
I've got to agree this is a good subject. Firstly, it is a good thing I got certified as a Yoga teacher because my regular full time job just went bakrupt in this beautiful Bush economy. Now, I have to hustle for new gigs around town. I really want to teach yoga full time, but may have to do it the American way, when my benefits run out. What is the American way? Two or three retail jobs for minimum wage employers and no health insurance. Yeah - I've got kids and my husband ran off with a co-worker.
What's this got to do with CECs? They are super expensive, so I'll stick to the non-contact type through Paul's correspondence programs for now. Luckily, my family will get by, but it was just by luck that I found an affordable program. I know the kids at home have deep pockets with mom and dad backing their luxury Yoga careers but I am just a middle class American who would be slipping into the homeless life if it wasn't for the Aura yoga teacher training course.
God bless anyone who can afford to travel these days. I'm just hoping for a vacation before the decade ends.
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