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From the bottom of my heart for everyone's kindness!
This morning something totally unexpected happened! I woke up because my furbaby was meowing and we have all been trying to help her through her confusion (she's 25 years old and has recently gone completely blind so she panics a lot while she has been adjusting to using her sense of smell and feeling her way around the apartment). After I heard Mom and Dad settle her, I was awake, so I went onto noise.cash, I saw Marc De Mesel had hearted one of my comments. I then went onto read.cash.
I don't want to tag you Marc, and clog up your notifications, but if you read this, thank you so much. You have no idea how much you have helped me today 🌺
Since the world went nuts early last year, life has been really difficult in many ways (not just for me, but for everyone), noise.cash and read.cash have been a part of my life since I joined and both platforms have helped to keep me sane. It has helped to motivate me to do something I love - writing and photography.
This morning the burst of joy I had has helped to put me into a seriously elevated positive mental state. I went to work with a spring in my step today, I did what I needed to do, and then came home. Right now, my furbaby is content and asleep in the little bits of the sun that is coming through the clouds. I was 7 years old when we got her, so she has been with me my entire life. I've been extremely emotional because I know that nothing and nobody lives forever, but that doesn't make it any easier. Knowing she's had the best life any human could have offered her with hugs and kisses and cuddles, it doesn't help knowing that one day she won't be there.
On top of that I've had fears about the future and what the world is going to turn into, I worry about my Mom and Dad because they are supposed to be living their dreams and spending their time doing things they love. They are not supposed to be going through this hell of uncertainty. My parents have spent their lives working damn hard and have been honest, caring and loving people with hearts like no other I've ever met. They deserve more, they deserve better, and that's why I am so thankful for the motivation I received this morning - because it helps me to put things in place to take care of my family in the future.
It also means that the surplus I left in read.cash (I only took out enough so that I can see the figure 1 in the account😂) can go towards helping people here much more than I have been able to before. It means that I can start to make a difference.
It's given me the motivation and kick up the behind I needed in order to start properly educating myself on the finer details of *how* everything works and how I can actually make a success of trading. Whilst keeping in mind that I am one of the most stingy and cautious people on the planet! I am a perpetual saver, I don't ever buy things I don't need or blow money - I am far too afraid to do it because you never know when life is going to come around and bite you in the a**.
It's given me the ability to clear my head for some art. While I'm sketching I think a lot, I listen to a lot of videos / documentaries. I'm going to be doing that soon - but this time I'll be doing it with videos on BCH and how to grow the wealth. I'm also going to listen to anything I can find on the Flip Starters.
I've found that although there's been down-times, I've had much more positivity in my life since being here more regularly than normal. In terms of my own mental health, being here just helps.
Focus a little more on what I learn in terms of cryptocurrency along the way and how everything works - put all the pieces together in my head.
Keep on with my art and finish some of my works
I do believe my art can one day make me some money, and I love to do it. I also feel as though each day I do more, my technique improves and I will one day be able to save up enough to get back into my oil paintings. I've done a few before and I've sold them for decent profit. More than anything though, I just love to paint!
I have a plan for my NFT's - BUT I NEED SOME SUGGESTIONS!
Because I love photography so much, I'm going to sell a September catalogue of photos. 1 photo per day. I was considering on the 1st of October selling the whole catalogue as a collage as well. But I'm unsure. I know I like the 1 photo a day thing, though. What do you think? Do you have any ideas on how to go about NFT-photography for me? Please share your thoughts :)
It really does. The rest of this year will be focussed on the end result of where we want to be - thinking small has been restricting my ability to succeed big with anything. I've always been a little afraid to --
LIKE OH MY WORD!!!
I'm sorry @MarcDeMesel but midway through the above paragraph, (even though I said up top I wouldn't tag you) I received an enormous upvote from you! THANK YOU! I am doing my socially awkward laugh now with a cheesy grin on my face!