To reduce the risk of boring everyone to death, I'll spare the details of yoga today. Besides, this isn't the Yoga Journal [fair warning: man in freakish pose on home page this month]. But I will say that I did take another class tonight - followed by the traditional liter of water, Caesar's Salad and half a mini-chocolate-bundt cake! OmmmmMyGod do I feel gooooood!
Even though I've been featured on the AOL Community's Small Business Talk [AOL members - keyword: BizTalk] for over two weeks, my journal has gotten double the hits in the last two days. I've been receiving an abundance of emails, comments and Instant Messages today, in regards to dogwalking. While I appreciate the inquiries, I can't possibly respond to them all individually. But I can post a double entry!
Many want to know how to get into the business of Dogwalking. Some are looking for a career change. Some are looking for part time work. Some are "between jobs" and want an easy way to make a living. Hey, don't we all?
I must say, dogwalking isn't for everyone. It's not an interim job. It's not a temporary position. It's a huge responsibility - something to be taken seriously. The hours may not always be long, but it's hard work. There's a lot to take into consideration.
That said, I've outlined a few points of interest in the next entry.