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Introducing Blog Everyday In September|| Day 1

I want to go on a little getaway and I have a short amount of time to raise money for it. If I can't buy my bus ticket I at least want to pay for my food and to have money in my pocket in case they go somewhere. Maybe I can get some stuff for YouTube videos. I blog on some crypto blogging sites like Steemit, Weku, and Whaleshares. Since I struggle to earn on Steemit ( and it's even harder because of their hard fork) I am doing blogging every day in September to help raise money.

Perhaps I can help my mom with my hair which is 90 bucks. Or give her half towards my dental surgery payment (94 bucks). I know she will have to buy the tickets, plus my hair and all that stuff. She said she can't wait until I can gather my earnings. I want to at least come up with the money for my food. I know she will have to pay almost 200 for both tickets and I know she will want some money for herself for food or in case she something she likes.



Since using dlike is the only way my posts get noticed (somewhat) I can blog every day to help that. Plus posting my YouTube videos. A blog and a video a day. I will also do some polls to interact with other bloggers.

I also did another power down on Whaleshares to add to the credits that I have currently. This time, because I have more credits, I can power down over 100 a week. A small contribution can go a long way. I plan on turning everything on the 28th of September. I thoughtt about it and I want to at least buy my own food and have my own money in my pocket. Unlike the sudden trip in April, I actually have some time to get my earnings together.

If all goes well I will do a vlog but it won't be almost an hour-long like the last video. It will be in chunks.

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