So far, I’ve put myself into a routine with my online job that I’m focused on working more hours in order to earn more. My route has been home-café-home on most weekdays and things are seemingly okay. I’m just glad that desperation motivates me to work harder to reach the deadline on time. I’m also trying to get my blogging altogether, too.
I remember three years ago when I was browsing through online opportunities where I could earn extra income. I came across different job marketplaces where employers were looking for skilled workers to work on a number of their websites. I didn’t realize that it was the start of my branching out from blogging to freelance work.
I’m trying to get my online business groove back as I’ve been slacking off for the past month. Just because I had the time of my life the previous moments, it should’ve pushed me all the more to strive harder in getting my online gigs done fast.
It took me a long time before I embarked on a journey in Southeast Asia. I was working in a contact center and although I had an above-average job, I wanted more out from life. I decided that I wanted to fulfill my dream of becoming a digital nomad so I can go wherever my feet will take me and still bring my work with me so I’ll still have a monthly income along the way. That dream has been made to reality.
I’ve always wanted to buy my own car. I just hadn’t saved enough money for it. The reason is because I want to use the money that I have for travelling. Even so, it would be great to just hop on my set of wheels, bring a friend along and go on a great road trip adventure out of town.
I finally migrated all my sites to one hosting account! After how many months, I transferred all the content to one server.
In my quest to lessen unnecessary expenses, I had been thinking on what I’m going to do in order to cut those Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) costs from bank to bank.
I went to our office pantry the other day in order to get coffee and somebody came up to me to talk about blogging. I remember that he emailed me a couple of years ago and asked me a few questions about how to start a blog and how to earn online.
I’ve had my fair share of earning money online by writing about paid posts wherein Advertisers would place their links in my blog entry and I would earn a few dollars per article. It’s nice because the logic I’ve thought about before was that so long as I write about a particular product and earn 5 USD per website, if I had 5 websites, I’d earn 25 USD!
I was talking to a colleague during lunch on how he was able to invest his money on mutual funds and he tracks them online. “The money’s good so far”, he says. He seems to be pretty happy with his current job since he gets to own his time without having to worry about climbing the corporate ladder just to have a higher salary.