Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Daphne Paralegal Realizes Lifelong Dream

Dina Calderone of Daphne, Ala. had always dreamed of being a chef or opening her own restaurant, but the path to that dream took a few detours along the way. After graduating from high school, Calderone first started working in medical transcription, which she turned into a home-based business after the birth of her first child. After eight years, she wanted a steady income, so she took a job as a legal secretary in downtown Mobile. That metamorphosed into a position as a paralegal, but Calderone's dreams of becoming a chef didn't fade.

At the beginning of the year, Calderone started her personal chef business, The Pristine Palate. She will prepare up to two weeks of meals for the client, complete with reheating instructions.

Calderone still works part time as a paralegal, but she hopes to focus her energies full-time on her chef service in the future.

(Source: al.com

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