March, so far, has been devoted mostly to non-work issues. Turns out the dog developed a tumor on his toe which was cancerous, so a toe amputation landed on the to-do list. And after a toe amputation, one must keep an eye on recovering dog to ensure he doesn't nibble away at the bandages or, worse, self-remove the stitches. Fortunately, my husband and Responsible Dog Manager was home on his spring break, so the healing process has gone smoothly.
In the meantime, I have been rewriting the supervisory training courses, and I'm nearing completion of that massive task. And I'm continuing to do some editing for clients far, far away. I've been exploring advertising rates for more local clients, but I'm not at the level yet to shell out big money for advertising. Seems to me that because I met so many good people in my former employment -- and had a great reputation for the quality of my training -- that networking should suffice.
Spring is arriving, and so will an increase in my business. Patience. That's a quality I need to work on. There are doors that will open. Soon.