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Welcome to Nyla's Crafty Teaching... for teaching tips, classroom ideas and teaching resources! I also use http://www.wpclipart.com/ as a free graphic resource which is completely royalty free. Sometimes it will have images of things other places will not. - One Less Headache I also forgot to add that Sweet Clip Art does state in its policy that its graphics cannot be used in things that are for sale just so fellow Teachers Pay Teachers sellers are aware. Thanks for sharing this! I'm always looking for free or inexpensive clip art!Sally from ElementaryMatters Thank you, thank you!! :) Been searching for some. You've made my job easier! Check out my site at pleasefeedtheanimals.blogspot.com Thanks for the information!! I am always looking. Check out The 3am Teacher. She does some great work!! She sells on TpT and has a blog also.JennieJD's Rockin' Readers Yes Jennie, I know of the 3am Teacher. I totally agree! Her creations are really cute! Just found you from the TT facebook group and am so excited to explore! Thanks for sharing this great post and saving me so much time. So are all the clip art sites mentioned above free for commercial use except Sweet Clip Art? Pat- the only free one that you can use for commercial use is Microsoft's Clip Art as long as the clip art used does not take up more than 70% of your product. The Graphics by 'Graphics from the Pond' allows for commercial use of their graphics - both the free and the priced graphics. Thanks these were very helpful especially the TPT store! Mrs.Jankord's Blog How do I download from Sweet Clip Art? I don't see a link to do that?Thanks for your help!PattiOne Class, One Sound Patti, it looks like (for now) you'll have to right click on the clip art then save it. I see no other way (at the moment). My thoughts have turned back to school and I am looking for clipart. I found your blog on Pinterest. clEveR iDeAs -thanks for sharing! Another website that is royalty-free is Clker.com and it has vector images!!! I use it for everything! This is great !Thank you for the resources Nyla!~BexReading and Writing Redhead Thank you!!! I am new to TpT. Just created 6 products for Speech-Language Pathologists using Microsoft clip art. I started to panic about my legal right to use it and thought I would have to delete my products. I just looked at the My Cute Graphics terms of use, because her graphics are very cute :), and she specifically states that you CAN use her graphics on TPT if you credit her somewhere on the product. Yay!!!! I was told personally by Microsoft that none of their clip art can be used for profit, so beware of using it to sell. Thank you for this information! It was really helpful! I had read somewhere that you can't use Microsoft Clip Art...I have a ton of stuff where I use it and I'm remaking all of it. I didn't think that you could use their fonts either? Has anyone else heard this?? found your pin, thanks for the info for free goodies, MyCuteGraphics had just what I was looking for!!!!Thanks again! Post a Comment ▼Powered By | Blog Gadgets Via Blogger Widgets I noticed that chevron (the zigzag pattern) is not only popular in fashion, but also in classroom decor. They can make any classroom h...



« Can A Solo Practitioner Take A Vacation? | Main | If You Are A Current Law Student Who Wishes To Go Solo..... » Jerry Bartholomew writes a beautiful post which will inspire even the most fearful.  He has five kids to feed.  He is living in Michigan with a seriously depressed economy.  Yet July 4th was 'his' independence day and as he writes this post he is just three days into his new solo practice.  Be very inspired.Guest Blogger - Jerry BartholomewLess than two weeks ago, I told my boss that, after nearly three years at his small firm, I didn’t see that it would work out for me to stay on. His response? An offer for partnership that I had until the following morning to evaluate and either accept or reject.Well, this week I am, happily, a new solo attorney. July 4th became my own personal “independence day.” As I write this I am beginning the third day of my practice being in business. Though I can only develop the storyline so far from that vantage point, I can give you my thoughts on what brought me to this transition and where I see things headed.I was for several years a Latin teacher and coach at a private school in Miami. As enjoyable as those years were, my wife and I really wanted a large family and knew that a private school teaching salary would only go so far to feed many mouths. The law certainly seemed to suit my ytical nature, so off we trekked across the country so that I could attend Ave Maria School of Law in Ann Arbor, MI. The education was great and the people were terrific. And I left with more than a degree—I had begun law school with three children and graduated with five, and I now had roughly a bazillion dollars in debt.The fact that I was graduating amidst a collapsing Michigan economy didn’t help. I was offered an associate position with a small firm with whom I’d been clerking, and as I was gearing up to slide into that position, an attorney with whom I’d had intermittent contact over the previous year offered a position that seemed full of promise, including very good potential income and fast-track partnership. More than 18 months after joining that firm, I received an employment agreement, which, among other things, indicated that I would be considered for partnership once our two-attorney firm was handling more than 600 cases per year! (At the time we were handling perhaps 80 or so.) Life at this firm really began to deteriorate from that point on. Add to this that the boss clearly wanted me to remain a "back office" workhorse rather than do any networking or rainmaking. Although he made some offers to change that arrangement toward the end, I made the judgment that the relationship was too damaged to sustain and doubted whether the promises would ever come to fruition. So, with my wife expecting and the firm still not providing health insurance, it became clear that I could not invest any more time into a relationship in which so much trust had been lost, and a role that just was not the right fit.My wife and I have for well over a year now been devotedly taking advantage of a number of resources online: Susan’s incredibly inspiring blog, Enrico Schaefer’s posts on the new way to practice law over at the Greatest American Lawyer, numerous other bloggers on solo practice and marketing, as well as following the Solosez discussions on a daily basis. From all of this we took away one overarching lesson: the practice of law has entered a new era and a good many of the old rules aren’t rules any longer. And for that reason, solo practice is a possibility today in a way that it was not ten or even five years ago. The technology, the tools, the software, the mentors, the community, the social media—they all open the door to entrepreneurship for an attorney with a skill set and the passion to make it work.So, after more than a year of being inspired, of learning and preparing, and then finally having made the jump, here are my take-aways:Leaving my job was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. With many mouths to feed, lots of debt, a baby on the way and a depressed economic environment, most people would quickly conclude that I was crazy. But I disagree. The alternatives weren’t better, and this path is true to who I am. I find myself full of hope and a fighting spirit, standing on my own two feet for one of the first times in my life, deeply committed to making this work. I have some very good cases right out of the gate, and plenty of reason to think more will follow soon. I want to thank Susan and everyone else whose inspiration and sound advice has made this week possible.Jerry BartholomewPriority Elder Law & Estate Planning, PLC 7 West Square Lake Road Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302 Tel: (800) 475-1729 Fax: (866) 920-3087  jerry@mypriorityplan.com http://www.mypriorityplan.com http://michiganelderlaw.info Posted by Susan Cartier Liebel, Esq. in Confessions and Inspirations | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0) TrackBack URL for this entry:http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8341c503a53ef00e553ad84da8834Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Going Solo; Confessions & Inspirations - Jerry Bartholomew: The comments to this entry are closed.





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