Tracey - you said "I am very new; completed the course from NNA in April but, I haven't taken a job just yet. I am hearing that there's a lot of work in the Atlanta area but, when reading some information on one of the sites, maybe 123notary.com they recommend against Georgians paying for their course"
We can only assume from this that the "course" you took through NNA was the loan signing course; also yes, 123 does recommend against Georgians taking their loan signing course because notaries can't do them - in fact, last I heard he won't list a Georgian notary as a loan signing agent because of the law prohibiting the practice.
The bulk of your work is probably going to be general notary work involved in other transactions - adoptions, structured settlements, and various other industries/transactions - just nothing related to real estate closings. You're going to have to read other profiles, see what services other notaries in your area offer, read their websites for their services, etc etc.
I'm really sorry you invested in the course for something you can't do. Take consolation in knowing you're not the only one to do so.
I did have a thought some time ago - maybe this will be a tip for you and anyone else looking for a marketing tip - Home Health Care agencies - they are always in contact with homebound folks who may or may not need a notary; hit the pavement and visit them - leave your business cards - you may strike gold there.