Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Work and Lupus

I consider myself very fortunate to be able to do what I love.  Not a lot of people can say that.  I know so many people who go to work each day wishing they were doing something else.  I can honestly and truly say that I love what I do.  Real estate is one of those jobs where it's less like a job and more like a lifestyle.  I can't "leave work" because my work is always with me.  I work every day of the week, but my schedule varies each day which makes it fun! No two days are ever exactly the same.

Right now the real estate market here in Massachusetts is hot!  I've been extremely busy this summer and now that it's almost fall here in New England, the real estate market is heating up even more!

I love working with my clients to help them sell their home or find a new home.  It's such a great feeling when you see someone so happy and excited!  Buying a home is an emotional process...and nothing makes me happier than when clients say they had a great experience working with my company.

Here are a few of our current homes for sale...
101 Blood Rd Charlton $625,000
11 Singletary Road Millbury $949,000
We also work with buyers throughout Massachusetts to help them find their first home or their dream home.  

Obviously this is a blog about my life with lupus, not about my day job in real estate...but I wanted to share this because even though I have lupus I still live a very normal and full life.  I work every day and thanks to great doctors, medicine and supplements I have the energy to not only work a full day but have fun with friends and family too!  It also helps having a job that allows me flexibility, so if I ever do feel tired I can change my schedule around to rest as needed.  Luckily, I haven't had to do that too often! 

If you've been recently diagnosed with lupus and you're worried about how it might impact your job, feel free to reach out to me. I cannot stress enough how important having the right doctor is.  I love my doctor.  Lupus is something we have for life (unless someone finds a cure!), so having a doctor that partners with you is so important!  

I feel so blessed to not only be in good health, but also to have a job I love!  How has lupus affected your day to day life? What field of work are you in? I'd love to hear your stories!    


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