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Project review: ShoeMoney Network

Only bother with this if you want to run a website/blog situation.  This will help you build that.  It takes you through purchasing a domain name, signing up for a monthly paid autoresponder, etc…  If you have no money to begin such a journey, or to advertise your creations, then this probably isn’t for you.  It’s good training though!

Jeremy Schoemaker created the ShoeMoney Network.  In one of his videos, he said he was frustrated that he had sold many “how to make money online” products and even though the content was good, very few people ever logged in and did anything.

He claimed that not only would training to make a passive income online be free, but that he would pay me for accomplishing tasks.  I signed up.  I do well with paid incentives.  I figured he would have me doing some of his work for him.  The first task was simple and I instantly received a dollar in my PayPal account. and yet I never paid him anything.

He earns commissions when you sign up for domain hosting and email autoresponder services.   

The course walked me through setting up MY website. I was doing all these tasks for myself!  I installed a theme,  then plugins, etc., etc.  By the end of the 2nd level he had sent me $3.  The course continued and I was glued. Maybe a little too glued, because I had already done some of these tasks, I didn’t have to wait for Google Adsense to check out my new site. They automatically activated it, so I just kept going through the course, until my brain could take no more.

Jeremy not only walks you through setting up everything step by step (paying you as you accomplish the tasks)  but also makes it fun by awarding you belts like a karate system.

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This picture isn’t of my PayPal account, but mine looks similar. $7 from July 28 and July 29, 2015.

While the money was fun and kept me going, at the end I had a blog with all the key plugins, a decked out Facebook page, and an email newsletter (which I eventually shut down because I wasn’t making enough income to make up for the monthly fee).

I have spent many hours playing Gardens of Time, only this time I am gaining something of real value. I want everyone I know to be able to create a passive income.

Click here to register.

Moving and friends

I (Alice) have moved many times.  I lost many valuable things, but what hurt the most about moving was losing friends over and over again.  On the upside, I learned how to make friends easily and make many types of people comfortable talking with me.  I still am a rather slow talker, and have difficulty chatting with folks who are running at faster speeds.  I prefer to be the listening ear for them, allowing them to think out loud, get things off their chest etc.

I moved once before I could walk, once when I was 8, then 9, 10, 11, and 12 (and several times then).  My mom and I were homeless during that year.  Then once we moved again when I was 14, my mom and I were homeless again!  Once we moved to the town where I was to attend high school (9th-12th grades), We moved once during that time.

I moved several times during college, into my first marriage.  My first husband and I moved several times, at which point my friends were from church, so they stayed basically the same throughout this period.  Until, I had a major belief system shattering event and left the church (which was basically a cult).  They stopped talking with me.  I lost all my friends.  My husband was still my friend, but he hadn’t changed his beliefs like I had.

My first husband eventually left the church, we moved a couple of times, during which time I made some friends, decided to get a divorce and moved once more.

I moved again, and had to sell everything I had to make rent while working part-time at a coffee shop.  I had a friend who helped out financially when he could.  I slept on his couch for a time.  Then we decided to move to another state into separate apartments.  We were both single.  When he lost his job, he moved in with me.  We moved again together, as friends.  He eventually decided he wanted me as his girlfriend, and we moved again.  We have moved through several states and gotten married since.

It looks as if we have at least found the general area where we want to live.