That said, there is more work involved if you want to sell ad space without joining a network.
Not having to go to an office affords people a lot of freedom and autonomy. Imagine working in your pajamas! If you need to take off to get your kids for an activity, you can do that without having to call your boss and arrange to leave the office. Your attendance is up to you as you set your own hours. Often, you can leave the computer for a spell to get things done and then return to work when you are ready.
It's a good thing Texas passed this law or else they could have lost out on potential recruits.
By blogging, you can attract readers or site visitors, which can translate into cash. Blogs that witness high traffic get ads because of Google and those ads then become a source of revenue for the blogger. Nowadays, aside from blogging, there are many other ways to earn like video blogging or vlogging on Youtube. If you believe you can shoot vlogs that can attract viewers, you can put videos on YouTube and earn money through Google AdSense, affiliate marketing online (selling other people's articles on your blog or channel), doing product reviews etc.
If your employer allows workers to split payroll deposits among multiple accounts, put at least a portion into savings. "You don't ever feel it," says Dan Hill, certified financial planner and president of investment advisory firm Hill Wealth Strategies in Richmond, Virginia. Hill says that he used a payroll deduction of $25 per paycheck to buy savings bonds over an 11-year period. That grew to $34,000 to be used for his son's college education. Hill, who wasn't a financial planner at the time, says there are better ways to invest than savings bonds, but people shouldn't overlook the power of small amounts compounding over time.
Save time for breaks – You probably had lunch breaks at your old office. More importantly, that’s when you can chow down for lunch! Make sure you take time for a brief rest in between work hours. This will help you continue your tasks.
It involves buying a domain name, setting up WordPress, choosing an appropriate theme, and writing and publishing feature articles that are interesting enough to attract people to read. The next step would be marketing your blog via social media platforms and joining a network of similar bloggers on the web.