This is actually possible.Â I can make a living writing in a way that I love to write.Â I donâ€™t have to write about subjects that hold no interest for me.Â I donâ€™t have to scramble my brain trying to fill in blanks for some unknown site.Â It is possible to write what I love and get paid.
That being said, Iâ€™m not getting rich.Â There are people on the internet that are making thousands of dollars a day with their blogs, but I havenâ€™t broken into that segment.Â As a matter of fact, I havenâ€™t even figured out how to make dollar one on my blog.
How am I making money writing what I love?Â Iâ€™m glad you asked.Â I have been persistent.Â I started by working for sites that paid me only pennies to do posts on different forums.Â The posts I made were relevant and well written (spell checked and grammar checked).
From there, some of the forum hosts have asked me to write for their blogs.Â From there, I began to visit sites that have blog jobs posted (problogger.net is one that doesnâ€™t charge you).Â Always I made sure that what I produced was the best it could be â€“ spell check and grammar check once more.
Now the people that I have worked for are sending me to other potential employers with glowing references.Â My opportunities are expanding each week, and I am in a position where I can say no because of the money or because of the subject.Â Itâ€™s a great feeling to be writing â€“ and getting paid.