So, I wanted to make sure that I got paid before I told you about this, because sometimes these things are scammy. This one, though, seems to be legit.
I made $42 writing tips on DayTipper. That's right, forty-two American dollars in my PayPal account!
All you need is a PayPal account and your own creativity. You submit a tip (500 words or less) on any one of a bunch of subjects (everything from Beauty to Wellness), and when they publish it, they give you $3.
It used to be "a penny for your thoughts." Inflation.
I have had 14 tips published, and I've got 20 more pending publication. That's $60 - for a total of $102, for writing brief (really brief, I can't say ANYTHING in 500 words!) paragraphs about stuff that I do all the time. I find myself going through my day thinking, "That would make a good tip," and then forgetting as soon as I sit down at the computer. But you're much smarter than that.
So, anyway, it's just like Works for Me Wednesday only it pays better. :)
Are you here for WFMW? Check out my other tips:
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How to prevent dryer fires.
How to use Google Calendar to organize your family.
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How to quickly cool Mac & Cheese.
How to soothe a teething baby without whiskey - oops! I mean Tylenol.
How to do Time Outs correctly.
How to improvise a changing table.
How to get a baby and a toddler into the car.
How to keep your house decluttered with an old waitressing mantra.
How to find a great baby sling.
How to manage your grocery list online.
Thanks for stopping by! Hope to see you again soon!
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