Thank you Carly! I read this post about a month ago and took to heart what you have said here. I’m an industrial engineer by profession for over 16 years. However, when I married and came to the US with my husband, I have been a homemaker. Now I love this and I don’t miss being an industrial engineer, but I wanted to do more. After reading your post I started my own blog/review site. Since I’m doing very in-depth honest reviews, it takes time but I am enjoying it very much. I appreciate your site and just wanted to finally take a moment to tell you.
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