Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Moving Out

"For now, my blog will chronicle my efforts of moving out of my house."

I haven't done this at all, so I'll do it today.

Today I finally got hired by the hospital I volunteer at. I was suppose to start on March 1st, but only now was able to finalize the paperwork.

Then I found out that the timesheets are for 3/1 to 3/17. So I still get paid for all the work I did since March 1st!

Very happy at this news. Also trying to tutor every single student in the SoCal area. Tutoring can be surprisingly good side-income; I'm averaging about 500/month from tutoring alone.

Now it all comes down to finding a place to live.

51 comments:

  1. Awesome! Sounds like good pay. I am trying to break into the tutoring scene myself.

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  2. go forth and conquer bro you can do anything you set your mind to you have my blessings

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  3. I believe that there is no greater adventure then when a man leaves his home for the first time. Just make sure to keep yourself active so you don't ever get bored and lonely and I'm sure you will do great! I am looking forward to your updates...

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  4. goodluck the tutoring thing is a bloody awesome idea

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  5. Do you generally find that people are willing to pay for tutoring services from fellow students? I've tried looking a bit around here, in Florida, and for official tutors you usually need some sort of degree. Is it just a matter of offering your services? If I made even an extra 100/ month, I'd be so happy. And congrats on the job and back pay!

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  6. congrats on the job friend...bravo:)

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  7. congrats, spend your money wisely

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  8. Good luck with it all man. Good that you're getting a steady income too.

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  9. Hey Im moving out at the end of the month too! If your not organized it can be super stressful! Good luck findin a place and Congrats on the job.

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  10. If it really comes down to it, I think most places offer a single spaced cardboard box. The one I used to have had plenty of room for my belongings and came with Internet paid in the utilities. Only ran me about $15 of Monopoly money a month.

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  11. Tutoring sounds like a nice gig. Do you focus on particular subjects?

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  12. ahhh yeah im thinking of moving out too. but mah' keeps feeding me

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  13. Tutoring is definitely worth it, but here the only people that get hired as tutors are those with bachelors or masters in whatever subject.

    sucksman

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  14. Hey, congrats! Good luck on finding some place to rent (:

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  15. congrats on the job, congrats on the pay! & nice with the tutoring, what subject(s)?

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  16. That is all good news. I used to make a good bit of change tutoring college kids when I was in college.

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  17. Good luck with finding a place to live.

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  18. Good luck with the house hunting :D

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  19. Congrats, get a nice flat ;)

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  20. that awesome that you're moving out!

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  21. Many congratulations and best of luck with the house hunting.

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  22. Good luck sir! and yeah tutoring rocks with the right skills

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  23. Students are often taken advantage of by their first-ever landlords. Be very, very careful before you sign that lease.

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  24. Congrats on the new job buddy!

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  25. Good luck with the house hunting.

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  26. Good luck finding a place to live!

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  27. Good luck, keep us updated!

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  28. Good luck, really, good luck..

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  29. Good times man. Long term goals?

    Supported.

    bigunicorn.blogspot.com

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  30. Throw out everything that wont fit in one car load and buy new stuff. It makes moving easier and gets rid of useless junk.

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  31. I hope I can move out soon.....

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  32. My friend got taken on and put on the payroll for his volunteering position with the Scottish National Trust. I think it's a great way to get into work. Well done.

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  33. Congrats on the job! Good luck with everything!

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  34. Good that you're getting paid for all of that time :) I hope you find an epic place to live :)

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  35. Did you ever find a place to live?

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