That is the number of coins needed to reach another milestone for me.
It really does not matter to me if those coins are US coins or international coins. I just love the clinking sound they make as they are put in a jar, or the jingle in my pocket.
Persona Paper has put the fun back into writing for me. Of course, the solid connections--friendships--I am making here are equally as important for me.
The money payout is simply the added bonus. When it comes (I am just over $7 now), I will be grateful for it, but it is not my motivator to be here.
I also appreciate that the percentage graph gives me a visual. Tools such as these are able to focus this, otherwise, abstract-random thinker.
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nbaquero wrote on February 27, 2015, 1:06 PM
CoralLevang Wow your are making some serious progress, I am about to reach 6K and you are breathing in my neck already, the climb is not as hard for you as it is for me . Congrats!!
wolfgirl569 wrote on February 27, 2015, 1:28 PM
That is great to hear. You are moving right along.
valmnz wrote on February 27, 2015, 1:39 PM
I feel the same re the fun of writing here. You'll be over your goal mark before you know it. And, yes, that visual graph is very encouraging.
GemstonePink wrote on February 27, 2015, 1:49 PM
i think most of us are here because we enjoy the sharing with others. The money is incidental. If it comes, Yea! If not, it is OK.
MegL wrote on February 27, 2015, 3:32 PM
That jingle in the jar can be VERY motivating. I keep a motivation chart for 2 areas (it used to be 3). One is for housework. There are 7 items I like to get done every day (make bed, do the laundry, make dinner, wash the dishes, clean (2) bathrooms and tidy the kitchen sink before I go to bed (of all those supper dishes that appeared AFTER I had washed the dinner dishes!)). The other is for exercise. We have a 3 story house, so i get a tick mark every time I reach the top of the house and various other check marks for other exercise. I count them all up at the end of the week and award myself the various amounts for the week. That money goes in a jar. One time, it paid for new glasses. Another time I was able to give my husband £300 towards a guitar he wanted, without having to go into debt. It's always handy to have a FEW pounds sitting available if necessary and I enjoy seeing the coins mount up, knowing that they represent a clean and tidy house and an exercised body!
crowntower wrote on February 28, 2015, 12:20 AM
That is so cool, you are almost there. Will that be your first e-check from persona or you already had your first payout? hard works always give something back to you. God bless and always be motivate in everything you do.