$5000 in 120 days update
Hey guys, I know I promised an update every week, but I soon realized there was no way that was going to happen. I have been extremely busy, and honestly I'm loving it (so far). Being this busy has really forced me to make a schedule and be mindful about what I do with my free time. It's been 22 days since I started this journey/goal/experiment and I think it's actually going pretty well. Below I'll do a quick run down of my numbers thus far. Feel free to comment and ask questions.
Proof of winnings and Palfish earnings: https://imgur.com/a/ikq3OXA
For those lost I'm the guy who set a goal to make $5000 in 120 days doing "beer money" work outside of my full time job. Here's a link to the post (https://www.reddit.com/r/beermoney/comments/8nphm2/the_goal_5000_dollars_in_120_days/)
Palfish: 4500 yuan = ~691 U.S dollars
Ok, so I keep getting this post removed for putting out my referral link I think...so if you want to get a bonus for signing up just PM and I can give you the details. Sorry guys, mods are acting pretty strange about this.
Cash Show Trivia: $56.09
HQ Trivia: $41.28I
What I've made in the last 22 days: $828.06
Most of what I've made has been with Palfish, which I have to say is actually a lot of fun. It's insanely easy, and I could see myself doing this for a while. I work on average about 3-3.5 hours a day on Saturday and Sunday and occasionally take a class on Tuesday or Thursday when I get home from work early, but this is rare. It's really really simple you literally just need a phone and you. You teach almost primarily Chinese children, the lesson is preplanned and they even give you on screen instructions to follow, if the parent or kid likes you they book you for regular sessions and you're golden. They also give out bonuses like candy. You get paid a bonus for being on time, for doing over 40 lessons, for a student signing up, etc. They say they pay you $17/hr, but with my hours I've been making closer to $28/hr.
Trivia has been fun too, a lot of the trivia apps seem to "accidentally" use similar questions sometimes the day of I've noticed. I originally had around 12 different trivia apps, but I've narrowed it down to just 4. They're relatively easy, and the payouts seem to be worth my time. I do google keywords for a decent amount of answers but when it comes down to question 10, 11, and 12 I usually choose based off game theory and process of elimination.
Edit: This will be my fourth time trying to post this, the mods keep deleting my posts for some reason. If this post works I'll definitely do another update next month.
TLDR: I made $828.06 in 22 days doing beer money stuff.
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