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Hi All,

Anyone in or been in this situation. Im 44 and been doing mostly domestic (running my own company which is now a one man band). My body is starting to struggle with arthritis, I know that 5 years from now I wont be able to be doing this working up your own arse domestic stuff.
I dont know weather to have a complete career change where there is no heavy labour involved, which would mean starting over doing god knows what. Or do i continue for know do my 18th edition update course and do some kind of C&G level 4 course ( not sure what avenues i could study towards?) part time so that I can hopefully land myself a less laborious role in a few years time. Not sure what the hell to do
 
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