It’s often said that one of the best ways to keep yourself financially afloat during difficult economic times is by moonlighting while ‘on the clock’ at your full-time job.
Not only do you have the ability to make more money, but you also can fill a creative void that your ‘real’ job does not fill.
Of course this ‘double dipping’ comes with great risk; it could even cost you your job. However, many of you are rolling the dice.
Here at BlogHerald I always like to take the pulse of what my fellow bloggers are thinking. I truly believe the more we can understand one another in this medium, the better we all become.
So let me ask you this: If you blog at work, do you do it for the love or the money? And has the recession changed your blogging habits?
Be honest. Far too often I read comments from bloggers who are quick to point out that a truly successful blogger does it all out of passion. But the cynic in me finds that hard to swallow. While that’s part of the your motivation, I’m willing to bet that 90% of bloggers want to get paid for their work.