It took about 15 minutes for a woman named Lisa to find her dream home: a home on the beach.
Her new home had been purchased by the owner of a home improvement store, and she had a job lined up to help pay the bill.
But she wasn’t going to do it alone.
Lisa wanted a big house.
She was living in the middle of a small town, with little access to the Internet, and had only about $5,000 in savings.
So she decided to start a website to sell paint and home improvement supplies.
She was also looking for a hobby.
Lisa was a lifelong artist, so she was passionate about painting.
She spent countless hours researching and researching.
Her online store was a great place to find materials and help her find a home.
She even took pictures of her new home to use for the website.
It took about a year, but Lisa finally had her dream.
And she’s still going strong.
Lisa has been living off of the income from her website for almost four years.
It has helped her stay in her current home, with her kids, and with her family.
Lisa still earns $40 an hour at a home remodeling job.
Lisa says she didn’t know her dream was coming, until she saw the ad on Craigslist.
Lisa found an apartment in Denver, and after several phone calls, she signed a lease.
Lisa and her husband, Ryan, now have a small home in a small, leafy town, surrounded by parks, mountains, and a lake.
And the new owners are helping her make a dent in her savings.
Lisa also started her own blog, called “Home-to-The-Lake,” and sells her work on Etsy.
She says her sales help her pay her bills, but she’s hoping to eventually move into a bigger home with a bigger yard.