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Thankful for the Online Source of Income

I first wrote about my passive source of income 10 years ago, the time when most mom bloggers that I knew never ran out of opportunities to earn from their blogs. For me, those were the good old days of blogging.

Being a stay-at-home parent since 2009, the passive income I’m getting from blogging, sponsored posts and link ads has helped me in several ways such as buying essential items at home, paying utility bills, and even contribute to my kids’ tuition.

I was and still thankful for all the blessings that come my way through my blogs. This year will be my ninth or 10th year in the blogging business. I’m still maintaining several blogs and still on the lookout for new opportunities.

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I’m currently receiving opportunities or assignments from the following companies:

Valued Voice, Payu2Blog, Linkworth

If you are interested to start your own blog and monetize them, there are many good sources on the Internet to guide you. You should be able to know your niche as well. Would it be a personal, lifestyle or a general blog?   

Photo by Christin Hume on Unsplash

If in case, you already own a blog or you’re a social or video influencer and wants to monetize your site, you may sign up with Valued Voice and Payu2blog to start working and receiving tasks from them. (I’ll be receiving a small commission if you signed up through this referral link.)

If you are a business owner and you want to grow your influence on the Internet and reach a wide range of audience, Valued Voice will be of assistance. I’ll appreciate it big time if you sign up through the referral link.

I wish you good luck in your new endeavor online.  Check on the links provided in the post to help you earn your first online income. Hope you’ll receive your first assignment soon. Cheers!

30-minutes Self-care Tips for Moms

I’ve got this very useful tips from popsugar.com for moms out there to spare a few precious minutes to take care of themselves — self-care tips for you and me.

“Running allows me to set my mind free. Nothing seems impossible. Nothing unattainable.” — Kara Goucher, Olympic long-distance runner

If you have 30 minutes for self-care.

  • Borrow your kid’s coloring book, put on a Spotify playlist you like, and start coloring.
  • Write down something that’s bothering you or keeping you up at night. Then start thinking about the steps you need to take in order to complete the goal, working backward. So if selling your house is something on your mind, think about all of the steps that are getting in your way of doing it (i.e. fix the leaky roof, have the basement repaired, paint the porch, etc.).
  • Stash your phone in your pocket and go on a nature walk.
  • Make yourself some tea and take a soothing bath.
  • Cue up your favorite workout and get exercising.
  • Set up a phone date with a friend you’ve lost touch with. Make sure they’re available to chat with you too.
  • Go to a bookstore and dive into a book or your favorite magazines.
  • Start and complete a mini art project. Maybe it’s turning the pictures on your phone into an album.