Chained to the computer

Since we put our youngest son in K12 home-based schooling, I serve as his Learning Coach, and have to keep an eye on him while he works.

So, I’m chained to the computer next to him most of the time.  It’s terrible…but I’m actually getting stuff done that I’ve “meant to do” for the longest time now.

Updating social media channels.
Consolidating social media accounts.
Linking accounts together via IFTTT
And spend time working on Travel Agency stuff that I had almost given up on.

The other benefit is that I get to spend time with my son that I would be missing if he was at a brick-and-mortar school.

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