from March 20th to late June - I worked my normal day (online now instead of face to face) with students but it was horrible. The motivated ones clocked in daily even on their days off and posted a lot of work and progress. The hard to reach ones in "normal times" just vanished off the face of the earth. It's usually the hard to reach ones who think customers and rich clients are beating paths to their door to buy their work. They also tend to be the ones who should work hardest on their skills. They don't like or want advice - they know everything there is to know about their art apparently. Anyhow, online teaching was hard, really hard - my eyes haven't quite recovered from staring at a screen 10 hours a day. I'm in Europe. I had been looking at applying for new jobs / step up the ladder type challenges before retirement but I'll be a year older and less of an asset to prospective employers so close to retirement age when this is all over.