This one is kinda hysterical. Mostly because I have done a lot of things in the hopes that it would make me money but it hasn't come through the way I hoped. So far, at least. I guess I will list all of those things now:
1. My jewelry store - I do have a little more success when I go to craft shows but I only do those craft shows in the winter and spring months. The summer and fall are way too busy family-wise for me to dedicate the time to spending weekends at craft shows. So, alas, it makes a little money but not nearly enough to really support itself.
2. My YouTube Channel - I've only been uploading videos since May so I'm not exactly expecting an immediate windfall that will let me quit my current full-time job. However, it would be nice if something would finally trickle in.
3. This blog - I have been writing this blog in various formats since about 2005. It started on Vox, back when that was a thing. Then, in 2007, it changed to thegeekwithin.com, where it lived on a server box in my living room. Around 2010, it moved to a GoDaddy server, where it lived until recently. The blog went through a massive change this year. The URL changed to cassandra-morgan.com, in order to reflect more of my personality and not tie myself to just geeky things, and the site moved to Squarespace, which has been amazing and I love it. In all of that time, I have had some paid posting...mostly posts where they gave me keywords and links to use...but, once again, I haven't made enough money to really offset the costs of hosting the blog and all that. I really do this because I love it. I am OK with that, though it would be nice to make a little bit of money from all this work.
Oh, it would also be nice if I could make money driving my daughter around to all of her activities. Only because I do it A LOT.