Before I started blogging on a full-time basis, I had worked strenuously for several years.
I spent long hours on-site; sometimes climbing communication masts and sleeping overnight wearily in computer rooms.
Unfortunately, my pay wasn't commensurate with my efforts and I couldn't save enough money to enjoy some basic necessities of life.
I continued this routine until I realized I had been working too hard. And it took me so long to realize that.
I couldn’t even get a salary increase and my vacation was often truncated by emergency calls.
Suddenly, I developed a strong desire to change my life for the better. I left my job and focused on writing.
With the help of a friend, I was able to figure out a profitable way to monetize my blogging skills and it has been good ever since.
In no time, I started making a modest income online and I was able to pay off my stringent debts within a few months of starting my blog.
And this is why I want to help you.
Here are the benefits that I gained by quitting my job to start my blogging business:
- I started making money consistently and I didn't have to depend on anybody for my sustenance. I became financially self-sufficient.
- I was able to pay off my stringent debts.
- Freedom to live and also work from anywhere.
- I choose my working hours.
- Ability to go on vacations without thinking about some work.
Now, I'm not asking you quit your job and start blogging. All I'm saying is that you should give blogging a chance and see if it can take you to another level.
You might be going through a difficult period in your life right now due to financial incapacity. Or maybe you're earning less from your business and you're finding it difficult to scale up.
Well, all that can change if you do blogging the right way.
Here's a screenshot of earnings from being a freelance blogger.