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I Have Until March To Become A Part-time Blogger

I have explained that I am starting to bring in money from my crypto blogs (ex Steemit.com). The site is like Reddit but you earn rewards for your content which you can convert to cryptocurrency (like Bitcoin) I decided to work from home last year after doing some thinking. I felt working from home would be best. I can set my own schedule, be on my time, go at my own pace. It would fit me perfectly vs being on someone else's time and schedule and having to work at a fast pace. I do tell people about Steemit when they ask me about my job. This could be my calling, promoting unknown technology.
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I have my disability hearing in January. I told my doc about it. He asked me if I tried finding a job. I called the lawyers and they asked the same thing. I have a feeling they may put me through a program and I CANNOT do programs due to the stress and pressure the last program I went through put me under. You can read more about that here.
While at the docs, he mentions that a patient of his went through this program and they helped him find a job.
I would like a work from home job because I can go at my own pace, my own schedule.

I wanted to follow what my soul is telling me. It's saying 'hey maybe you are not hearing back from these jobs because they are not for you.' I'm thinking huh? Then the voice said that I'd have no chance in a retail job vs a job within my skills. My skills with editing and making blog posts and photography can transfer into something. If my doc or Nash is going to put me into a program, I HAVE to be a part-time blogger by March, Usually, March is when a decision will be made.

My mom thinks a retail job is the only way to 'start from the bottom.' Every actor out there didn't work a retail job when they started. They could have started as an extra, could have started with short appearance roles, etc. Acting in commercials etc. There is more than one way to start from the bottom.

Simply getting a job testing apps, programs, etc and giving feedback can be a start. Or using my platforms to promote the said app, game.

I want more people to know about Steemit.com. It can change so many lives. A person who can barely pay their bills can move out of that slump because of Steemit and crypto. I want to spread awareness of autism. I have been talking about autism and employment. I'd like to travel the world educating about employment issues for us. For example, appearing at schools and giving a presentation to the class. Schools pay their guests. Teaching teachers the proper method to deal with a special needs kid.

Time is ticking. The doc has to ask his patient about the program. I learned from my mistake from that joke of a program I talked about. Now I learned. I am going to make sure they are going to help me find a job based on what I am aiming for. In my case advocating for autism. Some states/countries have poor or no services for us. Even if I start by writing blog posts for verified autism researchers. Taking down autism speaks since they are a hate group.
I am trying to prepare if the program the doc talks about seems better than that useless program then I have something if they ask me what job am I trying to get. I am saying that I have until March to be a part-time content creator assuming I win my case. The doc said he wants me to win my case before getting a job. Which doesn't add up? Isn't the point on getting disability is if you CAN'T work? I need to prepare in case this program the doc is talking about is like that pointless program I went through in 2017.


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