Parenting

Why You Need a Tooth Fairy Tradition

My eldest daughter (Monkey) recently lost her seventh baby tooth. She’s only just turned seven and she’s already on the verge of losing her eighth. Monkey is already getting ready for the tooth fairy coming. What’s even cuter is that her younger sister (Peanut) is on about losing her first tooth. She’s only three, so […]

Budget and Money

When budgeting, fight for your promo codes!

Promo codes are often important when you’re budgeting. Sometimes, you’ll only get something because you have a promo code to get it for free or a set amount of money off that means that item you wanted fits within your personal budget. Those promo codes don’t always get applied properly. What that happens, make sure […]

Blogging

My Blog Changes Are (Mostly) Complete

It’s been way too long, right? I’ve spent the last few months making changes to my blog. It’s moved from all about blogging and becoming a freelance writer to a site about lifestyle. I know this is going to turn some of you off. However, I do hope others will stick around. Something you’ll find […]

Blogging

An Update on Become a Freelance Writer

Hey everyone! It’s been a while, right? I’m sorry for that, but there is a big reason for it. A change is happening to Become a Freelance Writer, one that will affect every one of you here. When it comes to blogging, I advocate for being passionate and focused about what your blog is going to be […]

Blogging

10 tips to spring clean your blog

Every year, we spring clean our house, right? Well, okay, we think about doing it. Your blog is another place you want to think about spring cleaning. Like your home, your blog ends up with some unnecessary and unwanted cobwebs. You’ll have old posts that are no longer relevant, links that don’t work, and even […]

Reviews

Amazon Adviser review: A growing site to get into right away

Amazon Adviser is a growing website. It’s one of those with plenty of potential but low pay right now. However, it’s one that I highly recommend, especially for beginner writers. Of course, if you want to make a living writing, this isn’t going to be for you right now. If you’re looking to get started, […]

Budget and Money

Where I write for revenue share in 2019

Many people write for revenue share. It’s not dead, although it’s not what it was when I started writing online almost a decade ago. Plenty has changed and it’s why I have blogs of my own to turn to. However, I do still write at sites for revenue share and I don’t feel guilty or […]

Blogging

Harlow McGaw Media sites closing: Is there any hope for revenue share sites?

Writedge, Daily Two Cents, and other Harlow McGaw Media sites are closing down. They’ll shut their doors at the end of this month and the big question now is what’s next? Unfortunately, these sites are a string of other revenue share sites that have closed their doors. Over the last five years or so, we’ve […]

Blogging

Revenue Share Site Tips: What You Can Learn from the Recent Pinterest & Facebook Changes

If you haven’t heard yet, both Facebook and Pinterest have made some changes that will affect you making money with your writing. Twitter made some changes too, although I haven’t seen them affect as many people as the other two. There are some revenue share site tips that you can take from the changes; things […]

Budget and Money

Revenue Share Sites: Where I Stand as of May 2018

I know I said this would be out May 1. I had it all written and then Canva was down when I went to create the images. Typical, huh? It’s the start of May and I promised a look at where I stand with revenue share sites. This is a look at the changes that […]

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