Sunday, August 29, 2010

How I Earn My Living Online

I thought I'd share with you all exactly how I earn my living working from home. I thought some of you might be interested in checking these out. So here is a list of companies that I work for or have worked for in the past that has always paid me on time just as they said they would.

Freelance Writing:

Demand Studios


The Content Authority

Writer Access

Associated Content

All of these companies pay through PayPal. Some pay weekly, some pay biweekly, and some pay monthly, but they all pay on time as promised.

Paid for Social Networking:


If you like Facebook & MySpace, you're gonna love SideTick! Earn points for browsing the site, adding friends, posting a blog, referring friends, reading a daily email and more. Accumulate those points and turn them into cash paid right into your Paypal account. How Cool is That?

To check it out go here:

Paid to Sign Up for Offers:

This is a site that I have personally been paid from. How it works is that you signup for enough offers to equal 100 credits. Once you do that person who referred you is paid $60 by the website. Then that person pays you for signing up under their referral link. For every person that signs up and completes 100 verified credits for the offers, I will personally send you half of my payment. That's right, I WILL PAY YOU $30 for completing the offers. What's great about this is that will also get your own referral link that you can refer people to, earn $60 each for when they complete their 100 credits, and then you can pay them as much or as little as you like for signing up. Many of the offers are completely free and some have free trials. If you do not want to continue with the offers all you have to do is call them and cancel your membership during your free trial period. That's what I did and they canceled with no problem. I guarantee you that you will be paid $30 within a week of completing 100 credits of offers. After all, I am on here every day and I wouldn't be sharing this link with people that I interact with on a daily basis, if I didn't know that this website pays like they say they will. If you'd like to check it out just go here:

Paid to be a Website Tester:

I have been a website tester for Usertesting for over 2 years now. They ALWAYS pay me on time. They pay through Paypal exactly a week after you complete a website review job. For instance, if you complete a review on Friday, it gets deposited into your Paypal account
the following Friday. Each job you complete pays $10 and they seem to have a lot of work now.

Paid to Read Emails:

I have been paid once by Send Earnings. You get paid to read emails, do surveys, and sign up for offers. They mail you a check once you have earned $30. You can sign up here:

This is how I earn my living from home. I worked for my school system for over 13 years and only brought home $600-$800 a month from being a teacher aide and sometimes a preschool bus monitor. Now, I work full time from home and can easily earn at least $1000 a month. If any of you are looking for ways to earn an income right from home, these are some of the best companies to do work for. Good Luck!

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Watching House in My House

Thanks for the post, Nora Howe

I admit that I have never been much of a television watcher in my past, but ever since I hooked up my direct tv satellite, I have become completely addicted to the prime time drama "House". This is a bit out of my character, since I have never been one to get into hospital dramas, but "House" is so much different from the rest.

To catch everyone up to speed, House features the wild diagnosis process of the zany lead character, Dr. Gregory House. He is perhaps the most arrogant doctor anyone will run into, and in the show, he is often portrayed as being very disliked by both patients and physicians alike. In fact, the only reason Dr. House seems to keep is job is because of his ability to find cures for extremely ill patients. Even if the prognosis seems grim, Dr. House will determine the cause and find an unorthodox treatment.

No real hospital would ever put up with the shenanigans and protocol violations that are a weekly occurrence under Dr. House's care. This, however, makes for a television show that is full of drama. I find myself both loving and hating the doctor. His matter-of-fact attitude, along with his conceit, captivates the viewer for the entire hour. Since discovering "House", I have yet to miss a single episode! I cannot wait for many new seasons to come.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Back to School Shopping for Supplies

Guest written by our friend Jan Petersen

I love to shop for back to school supplies for my grandchildren. My grandchildren are in elementary school which makes them very small. It is always a lot of fun to take them with me and watch them get excited about the new clothes I just bought them.

But before we can go shopping there are a few things I like to do. First thing I do is look through the Sunday paper for coupons and to see who has big back to school sales going on. I want to make sure I get the best for my grandchildren and save money for myself. Then I make sure I set my alarm system before I leave the house. After all, you cannot be to careful this day and time.

Now it is time for some serious shopping. We usually go to Walmart first. Even though my grandchildren are small, they still know all about style. And they know Walmart has kids clothes with plenty of style. I can also get their shoes and back to school supplies there.

Since everything they need is on sale now, I like to buy plenty to last them this time of year. Being in elementary school they need a lot of supplies. Paper, pencils, glue, pencil holders, and backpacks are just a few of the items they need.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Newlywed and new NFL fan

Guest post written by Julia Hodds

There were certain concessions that I had to make when I got married about a year ago, like sharing a bathroom with my husband. But there of course, have been many good changes since then too, like becoming a huge NFL fan.I never really got my husband’s passion for it back when we were dating and then engaged. However, something seemed to just click and now I can’t stop reading blogs about the upcoming season and season predictions with my direct tv internet.When we met back in college my husband would spend a lot of time on his highspeed internet in Kentucky working on his fantasy football team. Now we both play on satellite internet in West Virginia and although he wouldn’t admit it, I’m better than him at fantasy football.

I’m really looking forward to the upcoming season and pulling for my team the Baltimore Ravens. Luckily we’re both Ravens fans – I kind of became one by default, another thing I picked up with marriage. At least our NFL allegiances won’t be something we have to worry about in our marriage.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Vegetable Delight in Granada Hills is Chinese Vegan Paradise

Written by my friend Jenny Kelly

Eating out, for me and my roommates, is at least a weekly tradition. We always go through the same routine before leaving the apartment--finding the keys (which are inevitably nowhere to be found for a good five or ten minutes), locating the wallets, and setting the home security alarm just before taking off. We found out where to get a door alarm near Cincinnati and it has been working great.

As a vegetarian, my favorite restaurant for eating out is Vegetable Delight in Granada Hills (San Fernando Valley), California. It's a Chinese restaurant at which all of the food is vegan.

The menu at Vegetable Delight is huge, with a wide range of options that leaves vegetarians (normally used to having one option from which to choose, if any) delirious with possible decisions.

It's not usually busy, but it is great food, and the people who run the restaurant are very sweet.

All meals come with free tea. My favorite appetizers are the crispy wantons and the fried spring rolls. The wanton soup is also spectacular!

I always tend to order a "fish" dish, along with orange chicken, which is marvelous. Occasionally we order a piece of vegan cheesecake to share, as well, which never fails to delight.

When it comes to prices, Vegetable Delight won't break your wallet. We usually spend about $17 per person, plus tax and tip. However, because the dishes are meant to be shared, there's the potential to try a large variety of foods if you're eating out with more people.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Get Paid to Post Ads!!!

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