Truck living between the lines one mile at time shirt, hoodie, unisex longsleeve tee
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
This might be the single biggest question Salama and I get given our lifestyles. So here is a two part series that discusses how Salama and I are able to earn a living and provide for our family. Just to be completely transparent with you all this is not how we always lived. I worked in corporate for almost six years, to be able to make the move to making videos full time. And freelancing I wanted to make sure I had the following things in place before I quit my job. That’s Truck living between the lines one mile at time shirt toppic.
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At least one year of savings, meaning that my family and I could live for at least one year at the same standard of living. After researching several “Steps To Quitting Your Job” articles they say anywhere between 4 to 6 months of savings is usually sufficient. However I had a mortgage and more importantly Khalifa and Abdullah in school at the time. So I wanted to play it extra safe as I didn’t want the risk to fall on their lives also. Nobody knows your risks more than you do. Love Truck living between the lines one mile at time shirt. People will give you all types of advice but make sure to manage your risks according to your lifestyle, responsiblities, and more importantly according to your appetite for risk. You don’t want to be up all night thinking about this kind of stuff.
Living between the lines one mile at time
A line of opportunities that I could start working on the day after I quit my job. I wanted to be able to wake up the next day and start working on the things I love. As I was building up to quitting my job I had MC’d several events, worked making videos and hosted events on evenings and weekends. Because Truck living between the lines one mile at time shirt. The day I quit I had a few hosting opportunities lined up. And the pay wasn’t that much at all but I was working and if I was working I was making progress which was most important to me in the beginning. Never forget that even the smallest steps forward make a difference.
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My family’s support, I knew after quitting my job the path ahead was going to be very tough to establish myself. To build my portfolio and to start making money that would be able to sustain us all. I needed to have Salama’s support, I needed my kids to be cheering me on. There is nothing more motivating or heartwarming after a failure, set back or just a hard day than coming home to your family. And them saying “Everything is going to be awesome, just keep going.