Blogging For All Reasons

To start from goals setting then to finding your purpose in life, you’re in fact trying to figure out what you want to become from the several goals you set for yourself instead of aligning your goals to what you want to become.

Blogging, is one of the most creative ways of making easy money online and can be very lucrative indeed. Blogging, for those who don’t know, can be on virtually any topic in the world and can be written in the first person to be more personable or more formal. The way it is written may be determined by the topic at hand. But, blogging is not the only way. There are dozens of other ways of making easy money online- some creative and some less creative.

Desert Orchid was a loved sports hero in England and did many things outside his career as a race horse. He trotted on to the set of the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year Show. He was ridden by Princess Anne in a 1992 charity race. He helped raise money for good causes. He even supplied some inspiration to the government.

Yes, several times and no, I did not. The requirements are often too specific and the disqualifiers too easy to run into. Also, most of them offer “Performance Payment Only” and if I am going to submit for that, I would rather do so with content of my own choosing.

Basically trying to be a good member and participating in the process. I get lots of comments from members saying they Dugg my story and it was great and they often request I dig theirs. Most stories are not submitted form news wires but come form the make up or websites of other members. I also put my submissions on my website and upload and submit them. This appears to me to be common practice. So to my surprise, I get this quote when I try to submit my latest submission.

Now, don’t be many others who just read and forget it about. Put personal intrest them to actions. Write down your purpose, read it everyday. Print it out nicely, laminate it and carry it with you everywhere you go. Read it with enthusiasm and excitement. Send out positive vibrations that you’re fulfilling your purpose in life in everything you do.

Ask for other opinions. My mom is my biggest cheerleader and my biggest critic (besides myself, of course), but she’s the best resource I have for examining my work. She knows my real voice (what I sound like conversationally); she’s honest with me, telling me if a passage works or not; and she asks me questions to help me whittle away the fluff in my writing and get down to the point. Reach out to your family members and friends. Ask for their advice. Does your writing sound like you? Get specifics. What words don’t work? What phrases sound wooden or trite?

I guess the moral is be careful what you dig and shout and be careful how much you submit because people who don’t like you can get your URL banned and of course the dig staff has not responded to my email about more details.