Don't ever let anyone convince you that completing surveys is a worthwhile way to make "serious" money. If you're completely unemployed, as I am, then you have all the time in the world to do them.
But wait! This was supposed to be about ADVENTURES or at least not some negative diatribe about online surveys (I mean, don't even get me started on all the "work at home" opportunities that are out there)! So what ADVENTURES shall we have this month, eh?
There's the big Furniture Market returning to High Point in a couple of weeks. I get to head up a team of unpackers of artwork, which is always good for pocket cash and some laughs. I may get to stand on a street corner for a week, handing out flyers for another exhibitor, which will also be good for pocket cash and some laughs, and maybe it'll be warmer than it was in October. In case you don't know, High Point, NC, used to be the CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE when it came to furniture, particularly for selling new designs to retailers. Now, twice a year, it becomes that center again, for a week, and the local economy is reinvigorated for about a month. So the locals always look forward to Market, and those of us who aren't really "from" here but are available to contribute do as well.
And then there's the last "gig" for which I submitted a resume: Personal Assistance, FULL-TIME, in Los Angeles, with a minimum of one-year commitment. Starts immediately, and when I got the notice, it had been posted for a week already. So we'll see what comes of that!
What adventures will YOU find yourself in this month? We're heading out of winter - you must have something up your sleeve, right?