I have learnt a lot of things over the past 6-7 months I have learned even more. Here are some of the things I have learned that I would like to share.


I love InfoBarrel. I have always really enjoyed this website but I have learned that I truly love this website. I am not saying I love this website as in I really like it. Oh no, I am saying I love this website like a good woman. I want to wine and dine this website and walk it down the aisle. Oh yeah…give me some of that InfoBarrel loving.



Family is the shiznitz (So says Snoop Dogg). As a child we dream to grow up and be Hugh Hefner but then suddenly realize I’d rather be Mike Brady. Oh yeah, Mike Brady has that swag that Hugh Hefner could never have. I know most of you guys may still be leaning towards the Hugh Hefner lifestyle but for me personally I will strive to be Mike Brady. The extra money brought in by actively using InfoBarrel is great to help out any family. Once you achieve reach the ultimate goal of thousands of dollars each month then you can travel and spend much more time with your family and not be tied down to a 9-5 job. InfoBarrel is great for families.

Come and Go

Over the last few years I have seen a lot of “rising stars” come onto InfoBarrel and be super-active and then suddenly leave. I can understand it because they may get burned out on writing and they will continue to have their passive income for years to come; however I could not let go of this site even if I won the lottery and became a millionaire.

With all of the people that have “come and gone” over the last couple of years it reminds of this classic song! FTW!


I have the confidence to be a writer. I love to write and will one day begin work on my novel. I have the entire book mapped out. All of the hard stuff is done and all I need to do is fill in the blanks. To become a successful writer on InfoBarrel I know how to do it and will reach my goals. I have the ability to do what not many people can do and I am proud of that. Last month I wrote over 100,000 words. Imagine If I wrote over 100,000 words for myself every month. I would be raking in the cash in no time. Unfortunately I must do most of my writing for other people so I can pay my bills, but I am still grateful that I can consistently write a lot of articles and do it repeatedly.