It was a pretty nice weekend for @mrsbozz and myself. She got the day off on Friday because it was the first day of firearm deer season. Believe it or not that is like a national holiday where we work.
Even if the school district decided to have school, half of the students and teachers would still probably not show up (including the Superintendent) so they just give us the day off. Being the Director of Technology, I still had to work. @mrsbozz talked me into taking the day off and we headed down to see her sisters family in Ohio for the weekend.
Taking Friday off means that I was an extra day behind from my normal weekend Steemit hiatus. I really wish everyone would take the weekend off from Steemit like I do. It would make catching up on my Monday mornings much easier! :)
As part of my weekend catch-up, I read this really great post by @exyle. In fact, it was so convincing that I decided to take some of the liquid STEEM that I was waiting to power up and instead use it to lease some SP.
I took 120 liquid STEEM and I am in the process of leasing about 3200 SP over a twelve week period. I am hoping with this lease I can focus a little more on curation and try to see some rewards from that. My average curation efficiency is right around 72% according to SteemWorld, so I am hoping that will be enough for me to see a profit.
If not, I will just have to make some more Steem somehow!
Thanks to @bankofkorea, I see that most of my leases are starting to get filled. I also finally pulled back my delegation from @wherein. I got tired of waiting to see if there is going to be an airdrop and I figured my SP could be better used towards curation than hoping for an airdrop that might not be worth anything.
I am pretty excited to see what kind of return I can get on this lease. Even if it doesn't work out the best for me, it will be nice to have over 10K SP for a while and throw out some moderate votes to those who are deserving of it.
Have you ever leased SP? Did it work out for you? I'd love to hear your experience with it. Dlease seems to make the process very easy. The hardest part is finding that percentage "sweet spot".