Over the past three weeks I’ve kind of been wearing myself down. The last two days I’ve managed to slow my pace a bit and have even got 7-8 hours of sleep the past two nights! I am feeling much better.
Good Posts From the Week
I really enjoyed this post from Kim: Freelance Writing is Brutal. Sometimes it’s easy to look at a some freelance writer’s income and become envious. But the truth is that freelance writing is hard work, especially in the beginning. Kim’s post portrays the not so fun side of freelancing. Also, if you want to read even more about freelance writing check out Holly’s post: How to Get Freelance Writing Jobs.
- Are You Lured In By Sales? @Living Rich Cheaply
- The New IPhones – Which One is for You? @Stacking Benjamins (Watch the video)
- Planning for Success @Real Simple Finances
- The Terrible Twos and Financial Responsibility @Mom and Dad Money
Other places you can find me:
- Living Like No One Else: Buying a Home with Cash @Cult of Money
- How to Start a Business While in College @The College Investor
- 6 Unconventional Ways Your Divorcing Friend Can Keep Expenses In Line @Support In a Split
- 3 Ways to Financially Prepare Before Buying Your First Home @Money Ning
Freelance Writing Jobs
- Women Career Bloggers @Craigslist $50/post
- Tennis Writer @Freelance Job Openings Pay: $0.25/per word!!
- Content Writer @ProBlogger
- Marketing Blogger @ProBlogger
- Copywriter @Blogging Pro Pay: $15/article
- Entertainment Writer @Craigslist Pay:$15/article
- Article Writer @ProBlogger Pay: $0.03/word
- Tech Blogger @Craigslist
- Small Biz Blogger @Craigslist $10/post
- Political Blogger @Craigslist Pay: $15/post
- Eco Friendly Blogger @Freelance Job Openings $15/post
- Art Writer @Craigslist
- SEO Writer @Craigslist
- Real Estate Blogger @ProBlogger
- Federal Military Resume Writer @Freelance Job Openings $30k – $60k per year
Miscellaneous Freelance Jobs
- Korean to English Translator @Craigslist
Also, I received an email from a Rev.com representative about transcription jobs they offer. Now, I have not personally tested out Rev.com but here is a little bit about what they do.
Here’s how it works: * You transcribe English language audio and video from home * You choose your projects and work as much or as little as you want * You set your own schedule and can work flexible hours. Here’s what we do: * We pay $0.40 to $0.75 per audio minute (US$; avg earnings are currently $241/month; some earn > $1,000/month) * We pay you every Monday via PayPal * We provide a website to find, claim, and submit jobs. We continually add tools and features to help you earn more money. Learn how to become a transcription services provider here.
Also, if you’re trying to earn a little extra Christmas money don’t forget to sign up with Inbox Dollars and Swagbucks. And, yes those are my referral links. 😀
Have an awesome weekend!!