Habits are hard to break!
March 4, 2010 3:00pm CST
It seems no matter what I find to make money with online I always drift back to HYIPs. I know they are a risk but they also are faster paying and if I stay alert I can earn more from them than I will lose. I found one that would even pay me $2.50 to get started. Since I only had a little over $4 in my AlertPay I went ahead and joined. My small investment has grown to $7.80. Soon I will be able to take out the initial $4 and still have a small amount to earn from. The interest is not very large but that's what keeps the site stable. Do you find yourself going back to doing the same things over and over? Bad habits and good habits, which do you have the most of and do you want to drop or change your habits?
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5 Mar 10
Hey kowgirl! I sure know what hyip site you are talking about-- with 2.5dollar initial bonus investment--- That is HYIFUND right??? I am a member of that site too kowgirl. Same as you I don't have much money in my alert pay, the reason why I cannot join other HYIP site too... Is it a bad habit?? I am not sure but I know joining HYIP sites are really risky...
13 Mar 10
So what other HYIP site are you in, kowgirl? It seems to me that you are very active on those hyip sites, huh.. Me? Even if I wanted to join more HYIP, I cannot because I have limited amount in my alertpay account. Well, Good luck to you and happy earnings Kowgirl!
5 Mar 10
Habits are hard to break. I tend to encourage change. I need diversity otherwise I get bored, fast! About the only thing I do over and over is my morning ritual.. Getting up, going to the bathroom, weighing myself, turning on the coffee, washing my face, getting dressed, brushing teeth then getting the dog out for a walk. that I wont change as I like it that way. For the most part I think my habits are good. I do like chocolate and tend to seek out when I am under stress. That I would like to change. I need to find a better outlet for stress. As for HYIP, I am interested to get in on where you are investing as I do the same. I have a faithful site that is earning for me. I just set and forget. I get weekly emails saying how much more I have earned. I love it and that I will not change. Please let me know where I can make further investments such as those that you have mentioned. Cheers.
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6 Mar 10
I do like Mylot but it takes me more than 3 months to earn a measly $10 while with a small investment I can earn much more than that in a month with a HYIP. I'm just not big on starting discussions because there isn't much that hasn't been covered here from having lice to ingrown toenails.....there are just so many things you can talk about. Most of us are looking for a way to supplement our income and we like to be informed on what is working for others.I know HYIP are not for everyone just like surveys are not for me even though some people are doing well with survey sites. They seem to be for people in the middle age range (25 to 50 years old). Not much for someone in their 70s. I thank you for taking your time to respond and I wish you luck in whatever online program you choose. Have a great Mylotting day Kowgirl
11 Mar 10
Same like you, i am still stick to certain hyip sites, although i had tried not to fully involved into investing in hyip sites. I know it's very risky to invest into hyip sites, as we never know when they are turning into a scam site. But, i always keep the rule, that's always withdraw your earning, as soon as you have make profit from them. I think investing in hyip is not really a bad habit, since i am interested to earn as much as possible from my online activities. But, i will try my best not to make it into a bad habit. I agreed that habits are really hard to break, if we don't try our best to break them.