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How to Make a Grand Per Month as a Wedding Photographer

The following is a post from Melissa at Mom’s Plans

Photography is the key to our memories. We look through old photos and remember times long ago. We hire the best photographer we can find (and afford), to take our wedding pictures to preserve the memories of one of the most important days in our lives. We take pictures of our babies and get professional photos taken of the baby at 6 weeks, 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months. We want to document all of our baby’s changes. Photos are our memory keepers.

Being a photographer is an important job, and it can be a wonderful way to make a grand per month if you are a good photographer and can work well under pressure. The key is to land your first couple of clients, do a great job, and then take advantage of word-of-mouth referrals.

How to Get

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Cutting the Grass And Earning $1,000 Per Month

The following post is from Derek at Life and My Finances.

Do you currently own a house of your own? If you do, then I would suspect that you own a lawn mower as well! Were you aware that you could be earning $1,000 a month with that piece of equipment? It’s the absolute truth! Let’s explore your options and start earning some dough!

How Much Could You Earn Per Cut?

As people are taking on more and more responsibilities at work and outside of the home, there are fewer moments to take care of the reoccurring tasks around the house, such as mowing the lawn, weeding, and taking care of the general landscape.

Last summer, my wife and I purchased our very first home. Since it was a foreclosure, there was some work to be done, and that meant that our lawn was severely neglected. Even when I

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Turning Your Side Income into Your Main Income

The following post is from Melissa who blogs at Mom’s Plans who made the transition to working at home so she writes from experience.

Perhaps you picked up a side gig to pay down debt or to increase your savings. Maybe you did it because your day job is not as fulfilling as you would like or does not utilize your talents. Whatever the reason, people often start side gigs because they get to do something they love AND get paid for it. I was ecstatic when I began writing for pay, and even more so when my writing business grew. If you have a profitable side gig that you enjoy and are good at, you may find your little side business growing into a larger endeavor than you planned. The next natural step is to wonder if the time is right to quit your full-time job to pursue

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