And I guess since I'm talking about tutoring, that's the perfect segue to mention my new blog partner. I tutor through Wyzant. Wyzant is a searchable database of qualified tutors for every subject under the sun, from Chinese to trumpet lessons. It's different than finding a tutor through craigslist, because you have to actually pass tests in order to list subjects you want to tutor. Not only that, many tutors (including myself) will go the extra step to have a background check done, which helps make meeting a stranger a little less scary. You can also leave feedback and rate your tutor. The more I work with them, the more I like the set up, the ease of use, the confidence with which you can arrange to get your child on track. Because of that, I asked Wyzant if I could partner with them. What that means is, if you need a tutor and you click through the ad on the top of the right side of the blog, I get a little piece of the pie. Now, unlike the other ad on the page, which pays a couple of cents everytime you click, the Wyzant ad only pays if you actually need a tutor. That said, if you need a tutor, I don't know of a better place to find one.
And if you are interested in becoming a tutor through Wyzant and have questions, I'd be happy to answer them. I don't get any cut from recruiting new tutors, but so far it's been a great experience for me.
As of today, my YouTube channel has 201 subscribers, which is pretty much blowing my mind. I love making the videos, sharing my process and connecting with other scrapbookers, so this is just plain cool!
So in June of 2013 I wrote a post about how I organize my scraps. I got some more questions about them and since I'm in video mode, I thought it might be easier to sort of show them in live action. This is a short video - only a little over 6 minutes long. Sadly, it's most of my hands. Process videos are so much more engaging. Oh well.
Okay, I'm having a super productive day, and it's off to make some chicken salad. Yum!
Thanks for stopping by!
Edited to add:
I just got back from a tutoring session and my tutee gave me a pie. So clicking through the Wyzant banner ad gets me a figurative piece of the pie, but tutoring gets me the WHOLE, LITERAL PIE. How cool is that?? :)