Since 2007 I have been pursuing my accounting degree. While I was going to school I was working full-time, having babies and just doing the everyday thing. 2012 I finally reached the school I wanted to be accepted to and I started the last part of my education. My goal was to be eliglble to sit for the CPA exam and get my CMA. August 2013 I had a series of unexplainable symptoms ( I did not know I have MS) which caused my dismissal from my job. A couple of weeks later I was finally diagnosed. With my new found time off I finished my B.S. in Business Admin and did not complete my B.S. in accounting. My thought was that I had enough experience in accounting and a degree which complemented the industry I was hoping to go back into. There are laws put in place that are suppose to help disabled people like myself but, most businesses do not follow them. I found that out the hard way and decided I needed to be an independent contractor in order to make a living. I just started back at school and I am not sure if this is even worth it. My ten-key skills are impaired and I am not as fast as I once was. I am having a tough time convincing myself that this is woth it and that I should push on. I most likely will not work at an audit firm. I don't know how I will get the hours needed for licensure. There is no model to work from. I don't know what I am doing besides just rambling. Any ideas?
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