Browsing Archive: May, 2014

Building Up Income

Posted by Tara MeShale on Sunday, May 25, 2014, In : Work from Home 
In the past three weeks I've joined several different earnings sites. It started with ChatAbout. What is ChatAbout? It is a website where you get paid to post comments, do small tasks, watch videos and take surveys. You need 500, which is equal to $5 to cashout for PayPal or a Amazon.com gift code. I was able to cashout about a week after I joined and received my $5 Amazon the next day. Here's a screenshot of my account:

After browsing around reading the different discussions and signing up fo...
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Almost Halfway Through the Year

Posted by Tara MeShale on Wednesday, May 14, 2014, In : Work from Home 
So I'm almost halfway through the year and it seems that just as things were starting to pick up in January, they began falling apart again. Everything from traffic tickets to having my license suspended altogether. Not having any gas money to complete mystery shops or inspections was my biggest issue considering the amount of driving involved in both, especially the inspections. I only recently began work on a very lucrative contract with an inspection company, but have had to essentially re...
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About Me


LeTara Moore Since 2005 I have made thousands of dollars online. I've tried almost everything from paid surveys, paid to click, freelance writing, mystery shopping, merchandising and more. I am always looking for new ways to make money. Now I'm a mother and I have even more reason to go further in my online adventures. The focus of this site is to show some of the easier ways to make a little extra cash. Nothing to make you rich, but something to help ease some of the financial strain, but won't take up too much time. I love to read and write and I also run a blog that showcases my creative writing. I really enjoy learning and I find the best way for me to learn is to share what I've gained with others. DISCLAIMER: Many of the links I post are affiliate links, meaning I may receive financial compensation as a result of click-thrus and signups. However, I only post links to websites and programs I trust and I provide honest feedback. I only post my honest experiences with any site I promote.
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