Your English sucks. You don’t feel confident with your writing. Do you think you can’t compete in the crowded market as a non-English-speaking writer? Think again.
HI, I’M M GASPARY!
I am an aspiring best-selling Filipino author who believes in the power of writing.
An introvert, the best way I could convey the message is by writing my ideas into words. Thus, writing appeals a lot for me – both for blogging and for working online.
Before I got hooked with writing, I was a full-time high school English teacher, working more or less 100 hours per week, earning only $100 (Php 5,000) monthly salary.
Suffering from depression and bulimia, writing became my consolation. It became part of my recovery process, letting go of the negative things in my mind—frustrations, anger, etc.
Even though my English was bad, it didn’t stop me. I contributed to cool sites like Lifehack, Medium, and other platforms.
By working with different editors and by studying other writers’ works over the years, I slowly improved the quality of my posts, leading to the writing you see now. I know some areas need improvement, though.
Well, I’m constantly learning. Just so you know, I haven’t stopped writing since I began taking writing seriously back in 2014.
After 6 years of working as an online writer, I wondered the fullest potential writing leads to. Especially to writers like me, a non-US resident. Writing online helped me quit my job.
In 2019 alone, I earned $5,000 (approximately Php 250,000). That’s a lot of money compared to my teaching job!
The more I see the overall picture, the clearer the answer is. There’s something in writing. Even if you aren’t an English-speaking writer, you still have chances to make more money as a writer online.
Non-English speaking writers should develop this #1 skill to ensure more income and to become more competitive in the crowded market.
Before I discovered this, I earned $50 and later $250. But when I discovered this “magic sauce” as a writer, I started to see changes.
More international clients approached me, sent writing job offers, and above all, I earned $5,000 in 2019.
In Philippine money, that would be around Php 250,000. This isn’t something you would see in a Filipino teacher’s pocket. Not even if she works 24/7.
Over time, I received a lot of positive feedback online from writers who are English speakers. (I give myself a shoulder tap to achieve that!)
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