In an effort to better track my time and know what I've been doing (because I do a lot, but often beat myself up for not accomplishing as much as I wanted to), I've decided to start posting regularly on Strive4impact with some of what I've done over the past couple of weeks.
Set up Music of Massage, a place where massage therapists and anyone interested in 60 minutes of incredible relaxation music, can go to get it. It's $4.95/month for online access or $19.95/month to get a CD delivered to you, or $19.95/month for a CD delivered + online access. Music of Massage is my first membership site, and I'm very excited to help it grow!
Hired people on GoodHiredHelp.com to do all kinds of tasks including cleaning up a list I bought of massage therapists and massage spas, Researching lots of blogs where I can request to have articles posted, and signing up for affiliate programs.
Bought plane tickets from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Dehli, India, on May 3rd. $225 - Total cost for both of us including extra luggage allowance, meals, and extra leg room, for a 4 1/2 hour flight. No idea yet how or when we'll arrive in Malaysia. Carrie is so good at planning amazing places for us to travel.
Opened an account with Goldmoney
Talked with Houston Home Theater Systems (also my older brother) about redesigning his site into Wordpress.
Wrote articles on IdentityTheftSecrets about How to Watch TV While Traveling Abroad, Coupons for ESET Smart Security, and creating backups of hard drives with a program called Acronis.
Pretty excited about having made an affiliate commission on The Solar Plan. The sale was for a discounted item (unfortunately I can't see which item) through Hammacher Schlemmer.
Posted articles on GreenJoyment about Government rebates for solar and green initiatives in Australia,
Tom's of Maine's $50/$100 contest (you can still win!), and learned about third generation solar.
Added new page templates (without sidebars) to Identity Theft Secrets and GreenJoyment.com. Still need to do this for MusicofMassage.com
Helped Patrick Shaw and Adam (my brother) with a big server migration
Celebrated Christmas with our friend James and his family, and our friends Matt and Nicole and Keith and Carol.
Of course I've been up to a lot more... that's all the summary I'm going to take time to write up right now.