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Earn Money From Home Writing Daily Postcards For International Living

Are you looking for ways to augment your family income as a stay at home mom but do not have any clue on how to start? You may wonder whether it will require you to build your own website, write blog posts, or even sell a product online. Whatever it is, you may think some kind of advanced knowledge is required to do so. Of course, you can do all of those mentioned before, but only if you have some kind of specialty in one of those areas in order to do it well. For most people, this can be a little complicated, but please do not feel discouraged by this. There are actually different ways of making money online. In fact, it is a lot easier than you think.

 

How many articles are there about making money online? Thousands? Millions? Enough? Probably. But there’s a problem. Too many of them are just sales pitches to convince you to sign up for some seminar, webinar, training session or some other way to become an online millionaire.

 

There are legitimate ways to make money online. The problem is that the real ways to make money aren’t “get rich quick” schemes.

Most of them require a lot of work and sometimes a lot of dedication before seeing a return on your time.  But if you really want to make money online, work from home or turn an idea into a business, you can do it. You can even earn money with apps if you don’t want to venture all the way to the computer.

 

The world is full of opportunities…for fun…pleasure…financial security and profits…romantic discoveries…and adventure.

 

Write for International Living Daily Postcards

 

Every day, the International Living Daily Postcard brings stories from expats around the world to our over 500,000 readers.

If you’re an expat living overseas, they would want to hear from you.

 

Don’t worry if you’re not the new Hemingway—they’re not just looking for professional writers (though professional writers are encouraged to get in touch, too). They’re more interested in what you have to say than how you say it.

 

What they look for?

They want to hear your story—whatever that may be.

Imagine you’re talking to your friends back home. What do you want to tell them about your experience overseas? What are the most important things you can tell someone about your life in another country?

Some writers have told their readers about their journey to their overseas home—how and why they chose their new retirement destination…how their lives have changed for the better…and what it is that they love about the place they now live in.

 

Many tell about the magnificent homes they have bought or built, about the cost of living, the rich culture of their new hometowns, and the warm and friendly communities.

 

Some have told us about how they availed of low-cost healthcare and dental care…have discovered a new-found love of the everyday things that they were too busy to appreciate back home…or how they’re enjoying life in their own little paradise…

 

Other writers have shared quirkier stories. Like the one from Laura Jones who learned lots about the culture (and marriage proposals) in Ecuador when she first moved there. Or David Bailey’s story of roving the world in search of his perfect retirement spot.

 

Submitting your idea

Before you get in touch, get to know our style and the types of stories we tell.

You can sign up to their Daily Postcards free of charge. Or take a look through their Daily Postcards archive.

To submit your well-developed ideas and articles, email:
postcards@internationalliving.com

If they use your postcard, they will pay you a one-time rate of $75, including any photos you may wish to include. (Please note: photos are not a requirement.)

Please note, all editorial requests will be reviewed and considered. However, not all requests, can be answered personally due to the high volume of inquiries we receive.

If you’re funding your life overseas, whether you own a business or are just making some extra cash with a hobby, the Fund Your Life Overseas e-letter team would love to hear from you.

And if you’re interested in writing for their monthly publication, International Living Magazine, you’ll find the writer’s guidelines here (https://internationalliving.com/about-il/write-for-il/write-for-international-living-magazine/).

 

International Living magazine aims at providing a scope and depth of information about global travel, living, retiring, investing, and real estate that is not available anywhere else at any price.

 

 

 

 

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