Writing for a weekly budget

Philippines
May 26, 2011 5:31am CST
I do apologize for not being on myLot a lot lately. I have been busy writing a weekly budget. Never thought I could make as much as a $100 per week. Right not am practically doing well in establishing the future of my children. Would anyone write for a weekly budget just like me?
7 responses
@JenInTN (27545)
• United States
27 May 11
That's great! I am glad to hear that you are doing something that you enjoy. I really love writing, but I haven't had a chance to do it lately. I am hoping that will change in the next month ot two.
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• United States
26 May 11
i am interested in writing for a weekly budget. Please give me any tips or any helpful information if possible.
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@scheng1 (24688)
• Singapore
26 May 11
That is a nice way of putting it! I write mainly for passive income, so my earnings per month is very little. However, the accumulative amount is good enough for me to invest in silver bars, those small one ounce size or ten ounce size. i find it better to invest than to transfer the miserable amount to the currency in my country. The US dollar has lost so much of its value that it is hardly worth anything when convert to my currency.
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@irene66 (1670)
• Philippines
21 Jun 11
Hello there, It is a blessing to have read your post here. It is inspiring for me as I want to venture in writing too. I have written articles for academic sites but income is not stable like yours. I tried to sign up in the website you gave here however as I try to read the FAQ it says there that it is absolutely for Native Speakers of English and non natives are not paid. How did you do it friend?
• Philippines
21 May 12
Hi Irene being a Native English speaker does not require one to be a pure American or a British by blood. You simply have to know how to use English fluently. You must be able to avoid flowery words, be cautious of the spelling and knows how to use thesaurus for the projects. Do not be afraid to use simple sentences to get in. Honestly your audience are not always pure Americans themselves.
@irene66 (1670)
• Philippines
22 May 12
Nice to hear from you again I agree with you completely in saying that audience comes from different countries and not purely nativ speakers. However, I am easily intimidated when i read articles similar to what I write. I feel my sentences are a crap or too simple. But with your insight, I think I am ready to take a plunge to join writing sites
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@tammy27 (1245)
• Philippines
26 May 11
oh yes, im very interested in a weekly budget, hope you can give tips on how you have made 100$ per week. im also a freelance writer for about 2 years now. hope i can find a stable writing job online. and not those triond stuffs, or those employers who wont pay me. :(
• Philippines
21 May 12
You may also visit http://incomeforwriters.blogspot.com/ for the same details.
26 May 11
Yes, I write (freelance) to earn income: usually about the same as you do, it seems. Sometimes more, sometimes less. Did you find your work on the bidding sites or have you gone another route to earning?
@tkonlinevn (5783)
• Vietnam
27 May 11
I used to work this. But I feel very tired about it. And there are more stress from it. So, I left it after that. Now, I still work, but I don't put a budget too much.