Sunday, July 30

What's In Store for August

It's been a toasty summer.  I recently switched to a different warehouse for Amazon where I deliver packages instead of groceries and restaurant meals.  There is more work available but it is physically more demanding, at least in this heat.

I have one small hospitality job this month and four gas station audits to do.  That's it.  Looks like I'll be doing rideshare and Amazon deliveries.

On the 14th we head to Fort Lauderdale on Megabus.  We fly the next day to Belize.  We're spending a week in Caye Caulker.  Since I've already paid for our room and we used points for our flights, the trip should be inexpensive.

Last but not least, I've got to put together a plan for the rental property where my tenant passed away.  Her mother was living with her and I wanted to give her some time to grieve before bringing up the fact that she can't live there without paying rent.  This was one of only two properties I manage myself, so it's going to take more hands on effort than it would if a management company was in charge.  Plus, the house is in bad shape and will need a lot of work.

That's it.  August looks to be like a slow month.  Sure, I'll be working a lot of hours.  But there aren't too many commitments pulling me in too many directions.

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