As I continue in my Work at Home Mom journey, I'd like to review another site that has successfully paid out: Pinecone Research. Before I get into what they are all about, here is my proof of payment, to show they are worth your time. I requested payment on September 22nd, and they sent out my check the next day. It arrived in my mailbox about a week later.
I've recently begun the journey of trying to earn some money from home. It's a hard task when you don't have a degree and your schedule is pretty much all over the place. I also had a few requirements I needed to meet.
1. I needed to be able to make my own schedule, work when the boys are sleeping, and walk away from it if they needed me.
2. I didn't want to work for an MLM (multilevel marketing company). I'm a homebody who doesn't do well trying to get people to buy something from me. Not to mention, the few good friends I have don't want to be sold to.
3. I didn't want to be on the phone. My home is far from quiet with the boys and two weeks of working for U-Haul taught me to never look back.
I had tried looking for similar jobs back when Matt and I first got married with little to no luck. Being 18 and a little naive, I fell for a scam or two. My phone was being attacked by "Work-At-Home-Mom Incredible Opportunities," get quick rich muck, and I'm pretty sure one company kept my $50 sign-up fee. A few years later and wiser, I knew better than to give anyone money and the number I gave out is one I never answer anyway. Not to mention double and triple checking a company's reputation before giving them this information to begin with. While my cell phone does occasionally silently ring to quickly be dismissed, I have yet to have anyone scam me. That's a plus anyway!
Here's what I've been up to for the past week and a half.
If all dogs are mammals, then all mammals are dogs.
That makes sense, right?
A few months ago I met someone with similar logic. They said:
Every boy who plays video games gets addicted to pornography.
Their Bishop told them that every video gamer who comes into his office to repent, comes in for a pornography addiction. Thus, all video gaming boys get addicted to pornography. Now tell me if I'm wrong, but aren't most boys who are working with their Bishops today, working on pornography problems? It is a serious problem, running rampant in the world today. It is everywhere you look. You used to have to go to a store to buy it, but now all you have to do is grab the nearest device with internet. What about all of the boys who are playing video games who are not going to their Bishops, because they don't have a problem? It is perfectly possible to play video games without getting addicted to pornography.
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