When I look back at my life, I can’t believe that this was happening.
I grew up in the Bay Area, where I went to school and had friends, and my family lived close by.
I had grown up in a world where it wasn’t uncommon for people to be able to afford their own home and travel the country on a single income, but I never knew how much that meant to me.
When I grew out of diapers and learned that I was allergic to peanuts and that I would need to use a mask for years, I was ready to embrace my new reality.
I felt a new sense of independence.
I went out to restaurants and cafes, went to dance classes, did my best to be accepted as a part of the community.
It was hard work, and it took me a long time to get used to my new life, but my journey from a young child to a successful entrepreneur began to unfold.
My dad was a teacher in the community, and I would often go to his classes, too.
At school, I had a crush on one of my classmates, and as a teenager, I wanted to be a nurse, too, just like my father.
But I didn’t know that there were other options.
I was taught that if you wanted to work hard, you should learn to juggle all of your responsibilities.
I always thought that if I worked hard, I would be able in time to have my own family.
But, as I got older, my expectations grew.
When my dad went on his retirement and started to live with his family in the suburbs, I became the only child in the family.
He didn’t have any other options, either.
It took me almost two years to find a job that paid a decent wage, and while I was doing well, my life became even more stressful.
I lost all of my savings, and soon after, my parents divorced.
That summer, I went back to school.
I spent a lot of time reading, and was trying to get my grades up.
I worked at a local high school and worked in a local store.
It wasn’t until the fall of 2016 that I started my new job.
I started to see the world a little differently.
I wanted the best job I could get, and the first job I ever had was at Walmart, which paid a pretty good wage, but it wasn