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I really enjoyed this read—it totally connects with me because I went through similar struggles. I vividly remember juggling Python programming studies while taking care of my kids. This book’s emphasis on coding brings a cool angle, especially for those eyeing the freelancing scene in tech. The courage theme is a nice motivational boost, urging readers to tackle challenges and follow their passions. It’s a comprehensive resource with some solid insights, definitely a must-read for anyone navigating freelancing in the midst of family life. Freelancing can be tough, but hey, it’s also pretty fun! – Amazon Review
Do you want to make a living while raising a family? Do you want your skills to become multiple streams of income? You are in the right book.
Design the career we want with flexibility, high payment, and freedom, which can be more difficult. Some people find themselves stuck between the responsibility of a full-time job, career growth, dreams, ambitions, and the responsibility of raising a family and spending quality time.
Yes, we all face this situation once in a lifetime. But how are we going to overcome those situations?
In this book, I will take you step by step through my journey of experience, my real story, hard work, patience, success, and full of emotions on how I shifted from being a software engineer in a big company to being a successful freelancer after having my first child.
So, if you are a parent who wants to take a break from the corporate world and spend some quality time with your family, and at the same time, you do not want to sacrifice your career and have some money in your pocket. This book is for you.
“Code, Kids and Courage” is a must-read for anyone juggling the demands of a career and family. Author, Sarah Ghanem’s story, is not just her own but a reflection of the challenges and triumphs faced by working parents across the globe. The book is a perfect blend of personal narrative, practical advice, and motivational content, making it an invaluable resource for anyone looking to make a similar transition. -Amazon Review