It's taken some getting used to things here on the farm.
We've finally gotten into a good routine. We get up, have coffee, feed dogs and horses, walk, meditate then do stuff that belongs to the world.
I'm trying to find my balance between caretaking and earning money. I'm a licensed substitute now and a licensed teacher. I just finished teaching a two-hour class for Olli at the University of Southern Mississippi (which was a BLAST), and I've signed up for another 14 hours for next semester.
But I've spent so much time on it, I've let my publishing lag. Granted. The publishing does NOT make money. I am going to attach a tentative YET to that last sentence because the feedback I'm getting from the smut is super positive with lots of views and interactions. I need to do more work for my SEO class so that I can promote those books better; however, I do think this line has potential if I can ever carve out enough time for it.
I was going to participate in a writing event to write a novel in November, but with everything still so fluid with life and money, it may be best to postpone until I do have time.
Well, that's all super basic and boring. Here are some pictures from the farm over the last few weeks.
I'm a technology curriculum facilitator, and I'm excited about integrating technology in the classroom.