Just two years ago I was living on tins of beans, worrying about putting my heating on and dreaming of beaches and bikinis, but with a boring and badly paid admin job, there was no way I was getting on a plane any time soon, but then I found webcam modelling.
I’m certainly not stupid, but I’d never been the best at academic tasks, so I decided not to go to college or university and start earning straight away. After years of wishing I had more money to spend on the things I love, I was more than ready to get out there and start bringing home a wage every week. Continue reading
If you’re a yummy mummy and you’re looking for a way to make extra cash that still gives you the freedom to enjoy plenty of time with your family then a career in webcam modelling could be exactly what you need! There are thousands of women across the UK making a great living from webcam modelling and living lifestyles that would never be possible with a normal nine to five – and if you’ve got what it takes you could be one of them.
Would I make a good webcam model?
If you’re aged 18 or over, you can be webcam model. granted, the majority of models tend to be on the younger side, but there’s plenty of opportunity for MILFS or even GILFS to make money too. If you’re a yummy mummy who feels confident about their body then you’re in an ideal position to become a webcam model.
Webcam modelling takes confidence and imagination, so if you’ve got both of those in abundance then modelling on cam is ideal! What could be more fun than chatting, posing and having fun on cam all day and actually getting paid for it? It certainly beats the boredom, drudgery and long hours of most jobs. Continue reading
Sometimes in life opportunities come along that maybe you didn’t expect, a career in webcam modelling could certainly be considered one of those opportunities. One of our models tells her story on how she began a career in the industry when she signed up with us to become a webcam model.
When I was growing up, it didn’t seem like it was going to be too hard to get a reasonable job. but as time went on and the economy changed, I realised that if I wanted to earn qualifications that would help me down the best possible career path, I was going to end up in a lot of debt. So I decided that university wasn’t for me and opted to get an office job instead.
After two year of struggling to make ends meet and not making any progress on the career ladder I had had enough. I couldn’t believe that or a young, intelligent and attractive girl like me there wasn’t a easier job I could do that would earn me more, so I started to put some research into how a girl like me could make serious cash.