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Saturday, 10 November 2007

Went for NCC CIP today

I went for the NCC CIP program today. It started at 7.45am. So early. It was an nice was hoping to sleep for a longer time. Had no choice. Anyway, the reporting strength of Part B was pathetic. DP went for house warming. Only 4 people went to report for this program. Then we went to the jetty and seat on the bum boat to PB.
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Upon reaching there, we walked from the jetty to the "Bench" The "Bench was so small. I think it was high tide. So little area to clean. The worse part is that they did not even provide gloves. It was quite tough to even pick up the rubbish. Then we played games after like so short after the CIP. We did a short CIP session only.

We won a few times during the Tug-Of-War. We won once with the Specs but they say they were not prepared. So we did it again and we were dragged. Then there was once that we were close to losing but as they said 1, 2, 3, we dragged them back and finally won.

We went the longer route back home, the super muddy now! My entire shoe is dirty and now I have to wash it again. Mr Chan also took a video of us. I wonder of he would post in on youtube

BTW, I saw this newsletter in my email, it says that to transform your blog and earn money from it, you have to talk about something that everyone likes and not just your classmates.


So, in answer to the question “How can I make that kind of money with my blog?” the answer is simply: “Change it.”

But the real question you should consider is can your current blog be evolved to make money? Now, if you have an incredibly interesting life, then it may simply be a matter of adapting your writing style to appeal to a wider audience.

But if your blog consists mainly of “I got up. I fed the cat. I went to school. I came home, fed the cat and went to bed.” posts, then it may be time to consider starting a new blog. Find a subject that interests you - something you can write about with passion. Something that readers beyond your immediate family might want to read - and then stick to it.

But Sylvia was right - if your blog consists mainly of posts telling the world you fed your cat twice today, then the only way to make money from it is to change it fundamentally, so it appeals to a wider audience.

It’s up to you whether that change involves adapting, evolving or starting again from scratch."

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