Can't decide...

So hopefully within the next month or so since I am going to be able to do some schooling. I am going to do Penn Foster for one of their certificate programs...it's what my husband did for his pharmacy tech program. The hard part is deciding what I want to do. I want to do something that I can do in a reasonable time frame and then get a degree in when Tristen is older and in school. Also something that would help me get a job working at home for the time being. They have medical billing and coding, medical transcription, legal transcription, paralegal, even some HR stuff that could get me started in that area. How did you decide what you wanted to do? It's been so long since I made the choice to do hair that I don't know how I decided to do it. I can see myself doing any of those things plus a few other things...any ideas on what is the best for working at home? I'm pretty much open to all suggestions! Why is it so hard to make up my mind?!?! Lol

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    That's my problem...I enjoy doing too many things lol
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      Beth
      I think Christina and Laura have some great advice. I would also try to think about what you want to do once you are ready (if you think you ever will be) to work outside of the home again. If there's an option that would get your foot in the door in a company where you'd eventually want to work full time, I'd go that route. That said, your happiness is the biggest thing I'd take into consideration. If you feel passionate about any of the options out there, that's the one you should go for!
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      That's how I wa doing hair...I was always working because I loved it! But once me and my husband got together I realized I couldn't work the same and I didn't enjoy it as much because of it. I want to enjoy my job but not love it! Lol
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