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Monday, April 4, 2011

Small successes...

Some class tutoring work I applied for two months ago has suddenly come through as a job offer (it's only an hour and a half a week but will cover the cost of travel to the location and then some...). (Thanks Lyn and Alex for your encouragement.) And another group I do work for said of my failures at interview: 'Ah, their loss, our gain!' and offered me extra sessions. Thirdly I've rejigged some tafe offerings to maybe attract people on Saturdays.
Last week I used my time to catch up on my other unit and am loving the uncluttered space in my head! My sister might insert a rude comment here! I haven't really marketed this blog site at all. I'll be cautious, especially with content that might offend others, and will check and cull, soon. Do not want it to turn into trashy Facebook stuff... More to come.


  1. Woohoo! Great news, Chris. :D

  2. Well done, Chris. Glad to hear it's working out so well for you.


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