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PhotoJobz Review

There are opportunities to earn online. Most people seek other sources of income for their goals and the internet provides you with a lot of legitimate choices. Nowadays, you can earn just by doing your hobby, like photography! Yes, you can get paid to take photos!

What is PhotoJobz?

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PhotoJobz is an online membership network where you get paid to take photos. They have a wonderfully straightforward system of helping people sell photos online. If you are into photography, can take good photos or you own interesting photos, PhotoJobz has a thousand potential buyers for it.

Photos are in demand to be used for websites, magazines, brochures, books, ads and more. Wherever you look, you can see pictures, they play a significant role in any media outlets, educational resources, social media, anything you can think about. That is why, there will be potential buyers for your photos.

You do not even need to be a professional photographer to be a member, your photos can be valuable to others and this network will be your profit generating platform, partnering with potential buyers that might be interested in your photographs, all you need to do is present them.

Who Created PhotoJobz?

The website is developed and maintained by the PhotoJobz Team who are giving you and a lot of people opportunity to earn outside your 9 to 5 job where you can be your own boss.

How Does PhotoJobz Work?

It is easy and it takes only a few simple steps. Ready your photography devices, it can be your smartphone or a camera, start taking pictures. You can choose any subject you want, and you can upload your photos instantly to thousands of possible buyers.

You can earn from unlimited photos and you can do it wherever, whenever! You are your own boss and you have the freedom to use your own time. Imagine how liberating that is, doing something that you love and getting paid for it without being stuck in traffic and without a boss telling you what to do. With unlimited potential earnings you can even make this as your primary source of income. All you need to do is snap, click and upload.

It does not matter where you live, it is a network participated by members from any part of the world. The membership includes instant access to PhotoJobz Step-by-Step guide, Job Database, Daily E-Mail Support, Monthly New Content and of course the unlimited income opportunity you can have, all of these for a network fee of $1 for the first 5 days so that you can try it out and see what PhotoJobz really is. After 5 days there will be a monthly network fee of $27.

Again, this is how simple the process is: Join and select your membership, enter information and start submitting photos.

Advantages:

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– Easy to use and understand.

– Beginner friendly with a really simple process.

You do not need to be an expert in photography.

– Unlimited income opportunity.

– You do not need top of the line devices, you can use your smartphone and provide good photos.

– A chance to improve your photography skills with the experience you will have.

– You can choose what job or subjects you prefer.

– Gives you time and freedom to be creative.

– Globally connected. You can work even if you live outside of the United States of America and the potential buyers are from all over the world too.

– You can work anytime you want, and you can do it anywhere you want.

– Make money or your money back. The PhotoJobz Team keeps you safe and risk-free with a no questions asked, 60 Days Money Back Guarantee.

Disadvantages:

– You need a fast and reliable internet connection to be able to access the network and the job database as well as upload your photos.

– There is a monthly membership fee. You need to retain your membership to avail of the updates and continue uploading your photos.

Recommendation:

You can earn while doing photography. Imagine getting paid just by taking pictures wherever you are. If you are into photography, this is a great product for you. If you are looking for another source of income, this product is also for you. Even if you are a complete beginner, PhotoJobz provides you with a simple guideline on how to navigate the database and how to earn by marketing your photographs to thousands of buyers.

Imagine how useful a picture can be, it has many uses and therefore there is a high demand for it. Imagine being your own boss and working on your own time, at your own space, taking photographs and improving your creativity with an unlimited opportunity to earn.

It would be a great investment especially that you are protected with a Money Back Guarantee. So, take that photo, snap and click and start to earn.

5 Changes I’ve Made to My Daily Routine for Better Life-Work Balance

This may be of interest to you.

I know. It is absolutely an incredible privilege that I get to work from home and enjoy this so-called “dot com lifestyle” as a freelance writer, editor and blogger. It affords me a lot of flexibility, both in terms of time and location, but this also brings with it a great deal of responsibility and the need for a lot of self-discipline.

While you might suspect that convincing yourself to stay on task and actually work is one of the greatest challenges you’ll face — avoiding distractions is a constant battle — another big challenge that you’ll face is giving yourself enough room to breathe. In other words, you have to know when to stop working and give yourself the space to enjoy some non-work related life things.

Life-work balance can feel like a myth, and life-work integration may sound much more appealing, but the truth is that you can’t and you shouldn’t be working all the time. Some of your best creative inspiration will strike when you allow your mind to rest and activate the “default state.” Speaking for myself, I’ve endeavored to implement at least these five changes into my regular day-to-day routine.

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1. No Email or Social Media Before Breakfast

It wasn’t all that long ago that I’d habitually charge my smartphone at my bedside. This is a very common practice, especially since so many people use their phones as their alarm clocks. However, I found that this led to some rather detrimental habits. Namely, the first thing I’d do in the morning is roll over and start scrolling around on my phone, all without even getting out of bed. You’re lying to yourself if you say that you’re being extra productive when you do this. You’re not.

Nowadays, not only do I typically charge my phone in another room, but I also avoid looking at it for at least the first half hour or so of my day if I can help it. I’m human, so I fail frequently, but that’s the goal. I’ll brush my teeth, make and drink my coffee, and do other regular morning routine things before I see what I missed overnight in email and social media land.

2. The Two-Day Rule of Daily Step Goals

Realistically, the “10,000 steps” benchmark is really arbitrary. It’s completely meaningless, because everyone’s health situation and exercise needs are different. What we can learn from all this step-tracking, though, is that especially for sedentary computer-bound people like bloggers, we need to get up and move more often. We also need to cut ourselves some slack now and then.

To this end, I’ve employed the two-day rule. Ideally, I’d like to meet my daily step goal each and every day. Of course I would. The two-day rule states that I can miss one day here and there. However, I can never miss two days in a row. This forces me to get up off my bed and walk around, even if I don’t have a more traditional exercise or gym routine to speak of. (I really should, but one step — or 10,000 steps — at a time.)

3. Focus on Family on the Weekend

We all understand that a big part of the appeal of running your own business and being your own boss is that you also get to set your own hours. We must also understand that this allows for a lot of room where work can creep into your non-work life too, guilting you into being productive at all hours of the day.

I’ve oftentimes said that because I can work at any time, I feel like I should be working all the time. That’s just not healthy.

Up until recently, my schedule has indeed been remarkably flexible. The days of the week really didn’t matter to me, aside from avoiding the Sunday crowd at Costco. That being said, ever since my daughter started kindergarten, my days and weeks have become more structured. I can be more productive while she’s at school; conversely, I make myself more available on the weekend for family bonding time. That’s called balance.

4. Death to the Living To-Do List

Being productive means being organized. I’ve written about building a better to-do list on this blog before. For my part, I tend to keep a bigger to-do list for the week or month, plus a smaller one for each day. That’s how I can keep track of what needs to be done and when it needs to be done.

In the past, I’ve fallen into the trap of adding to my to-do list as the day went on. If I worked more quickly than I had anticipated, I may allow some of tomorrow’s tasks to creep into today’s list. The net result is that I’d always end up with an unfinished to-do list at the end of every day, because I just kept adding to it. No more.

Instead, I always set up my daily to-do list the night before, putting no more than about five items on there. I know how much I can reasonably accomplish. If things go very well and I actually knock all five items out faster than expected, then by golly, I’m taking the rest of the day off.

5. Eliminate Screens Before Bedtime

We end where we begin. Again, I’m human, so I fail at this one frequently too. It’s still a goal of mine. Broadly speaking, I’m trying to avoid working in particular and screens in general for at least an hour before I try to go to sleep. I’ve long since struggled with falling asleep, and I know that looking at a screen — computer, smartphone, TV, etc. — before bedtime can be detrimental in that regard. Easier said than done, of course. There’s always Netflix and YouTube.

What about you? Do you have any specific actionable tips for better life-work balance? Let’s hear them in the comments below.

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