It’s been a busy and productive week. I had four articles published at Yahoo!, and I have two more queued. My latest article has a typo in it, it says Apollo 11 launched in ’68, but it was ’69. I am being paid for these posts. Ok, not much, but still. I am paid for hits to the articles – so go read them, read them from home, then again from work. Tell your friends, family, hell, tell your enemies. Go be my fan, I have one fan. I feel like the Baltimore Orioles.
This week has been the lull, the in-between for teaching. I only had one section to teach at one school. Ten hours, but only one section. Final grades for that will be posted tonight or tomorrow. Come Monday, I will have five courses to teach, at two different schools. Two courses I haven’t taught before – lots of prep work.
In addition to teaching, I began tutoring through the University this week. It’s been a while since I’ve done any tutoring. As some of you may remember, my former employers forbade it when I left my job. They threatened me with a non-compete agreement. I was harassed until I sought legal advice. And I wasn’t even planning to do any sort of tutoring. I knew what I’d signed. But, this tutoring does not compromise that agreement because it is through the university, with enrolled students. So far, I have worked with two students. I’d forgotten how much I enjoyed one-to-one work.
I have guest bloggers lined up into August—are you interested? I am always adding to the list. Guest blogs are on Wednesday, and an occasional Friday.
Oh! And I am officially an Amazon Affiliate, well almost. Amazon is “reviewing” my status. So, once the links go up, if you click on my link to Amazon, I’ll get a percentage! So, if you shop Amazon…
And since I seem to be doing shameless self-promotion in this blog. You should sign up for Swagbucks. I use Swagbucks as my search engine, instead of Google. Randomly, I receive points that I then trade in for Amazon gift cards, $25 a month. If you sign up using my link, Swagbucks will credit my account with the same number of points you receive for any searches. If you do a lot of Internet searches, and shop through Amazon, it’s worth it. It’s two free books a month.