When you have a blog, you most certainly may want to take it on the road.
I am in the middle of a cross country trip right now. Eleanor (90 years young) and I left Florida this past Tuesday and are now in Salina, KS.
Neither Eleanor or I really planned this trip, nor was it well organized. She decided she wanted to be closer to her granddaughter in Oregon. So, here we are on the road traveling west.
She has been my “side hustle” for about three years.
Nick Lopez, owner of Side Hustle Nation, http://www.sidehustlenation.com/blog/ does a fantastic job introducing bloggers and others to the fine art of “side hustles”.
It is crazy to work two and sometimes three jobs, just to make ends meet. Don’t you agree?
It took me a couple of years to get the hang of reading blogs, exploring different side hustles and finally creating my own blog.
Initially, I was intrigued with Pinterest. The more I read, the more I learned how many people turned their interests into great blogs — that earned them a viable income.
I am not there yet, but feel that I am slowly heading in that direction.
Because of the terrible forest fires in Montana, Oregon and California, Eleanor and I have relocated to North Platte, Nebraska. I know that sounds absolutely crazy. We have signed a year’s lease in a nice one bedroom, one bath, ground level apartment. While trying to check out another apartment, we met the landlord, who had another apartment available. Because Eleanor uses a walker, he agreed to install grab bars in the bathroom, build a ramp for entry to the apartment and provide us with a new refrigerator. Best of all–he had a 5 gallon paint bucket of paint (linen white) that he was ready to apply to the walls.
We move in on Monday, 9-11-2017. I changed the date on the lease to 9-10-2017…
It is important in life to be flexible and be willing to take risks at the same time.
How good are you at doing that? What type of challenges have you faced recently that could put you in another place–that you liked better?
Though the above photo makes you think life is rosey, sometimes it isn’t. This weekend Florida residents are tying up loose ends in preparation for hurricane Irma. I asked a friend to take down all my hanging plants and put lawn furniture in my tiny travel trailer. There is no telling what the ramifications of Irma will be for the other RVs in my park. I will fill you in on next week’s post.
Please join me in praying for those in Irma’s path. Thank you.
Thanks for dropping by.