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How Online Activities Changed Your Life?

I cannot contain the happiness to myself as I review my online activities. For the past 2 years, I know I made some great improvement in terms of online income. I remember my struggles during my first years in the online field. I never thought I would reach this far.

The only thing I regret is that no one among my friends was able to accompany me to this point. I tried. But I guess this is not their interest. Perhaps I am different. But I’d rather be different in a way as long as I do what makes me happy and I am not doing harm to anybody.

My online activity is helping me in two ways: as a stress reliever and as a source of additional income. Not to mention the different skills and knowledge that I acquired because of continuous research and reading other people’s contents.

I was checking my PayPal account this morning and saw another payment from a Forum Site. My first quarter earnings came mostly from writing. Yes, writing online is my main source of online income. The first quarter of 2019 has made me several hundred from different sources such as a forum, third-party writing site, sale of an ebook and some simple tasks.

I am hoping to be more active with Virily so that I may be able to receive my first earning here.

  • Are you a full-time online earner?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you love it when your online activities are being compensated?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Are you sharing your online activities with your offline friends/family?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Does your online activities brought great impact into your life?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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Written by Sharon Lopez

Freelance Writer, blogger, and a Certified Call Auditor. ♥My Blog♥  ♥Bitlanders

"If you are not willing to risk the usual, you will have to settle for the ordinary" -Jim Rohn


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  1. I have a rule, separating my online life and my “real life” because I saw this new world coming. I am one of the people that helped build this new world so it is my fault, but I also was one of the people that realized there needed to be a clear separation.

    • I have the same mindset. But as I observe others and colleagues, I noticed that they are posting both their work and personal life on social media. And maybe because they get too excited about the new things they learned, they tend to create chat groups, personal friends based on interest, sections, programs, etc. In short, I am included in a lot of chat groups. I think it’s rude if I leave a group. So what I did, I muted all the group chats and individual chat and I created a new facebook account for my online work. My life is more peaceful with this current setup.

      • It becomes an interesting problem overall. I share images and memories of the past, but I am careful to keep PII out of the posts. I see people posting PII all the time and I caution them offline.

        You can share too much! But you can also share too little.

        Someday we will have a balance~

  2. I’m online in my free time. I am very interested in meeting new friends, getting to know their traditions, chatting a little bit, etc. I’m not here because of the money, but I’m happy when I earn a dollar. ?

  3. I’m not very active online … my current online activity is Virily, and not for money dear Sharon … I’ve come to meet some wonderful people here, but if you can get what you get, the better … to you all the greeting cards, if you make money online

    • Thank you for sharing your thoughts regarding this topic. I only devote a certain portion of my time to work online. I need to do this basically because I need to get additional income to support my family. My salary from my offline job is not enough so this is the thing that I thought of doing. The little amount that I can earn is a big help considering the exchange rate (1:50). But more than the amount I can earn, I can gain new knowledge, new friends and experience. these are the things that cannot be bought by any amount. Thank you for dropping by.

      • Yes, looking for extra income through online seems most likely at the moment. But I really am not so sure that writing in the online world can be an adequate source of income unless you may become a vlogger or youtuber. Unfortunately, I no longer want to expose myself that way.

        • It may not be a big amount considering the limited time I have. I don’t have the courage to become a vlogger too. But I write blogs for third-party sites which can help me earn a little extra as you may call it. I also have my own blog where I am still trying to figure out how it could help increase my current earnings.

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