Let’s face it webcam modelling is fast becoming a very popular second source of income. Mums do it while their children are in school or after they have gone to bed. Teachers do it at night and on the weekends. They come from a huge variety of places, backgrounds, and educational levels. Some are thin; some are not. Some are sexy; some appear much younger than they are.
However, there is one commonality that these women, and men, share. They work as webcam models and they enjoy it. Before you say, ‘I could never do that!’ take a glimpse into their work. You may be surprised by what you discover.
Just a few months ago I was in serious financial dire straits and really at the end of my tether until I found webcam modelling. I love my job as a marketing professional but it doesn’t pay very well. In the career I’ve chosen you have to start at the bottom and work your way up, but I knew where I wanted to head and was willing to work for very little money for a while in order to achieve my goals.
However, after a year of working for minimum wage I was struggling to make ends meet, but I didn’t want to stop what I was doing in order to find something more highly paid and waste all the hard graft I had already put in.
But luckily I found a fabulous solution with webcam modelling. After a chance meeting with an old school friend in the street, we got chatting and it turned out that she was a webcam model. She explained what it was all about to me and told me that I could be making all the extra money I needed whilst I built on my career – meaning I could hold onto my job and earn a great wage at the same time. Continue reading
I’ve always had a certain je ne sais quoi that men adore – from the moment I left school to today, for some reason or other they’ve always been attracted to me! Back in the 70s when I was just a young slip of a thing I modelled and was often asked to appear in topless magazines or erotic movies, but I never took the plunge. Instead I chose to train as a lawyer and enjoyed many happy and successful years, as well as raising a family.
But throughout my time working in law I always taken care of myself and when I decided to take early retirement at the age of fifty, I really didn’t look my age. After a year or so of minding the grandchildren and pottering in the garden, I was going completely stir crazy. I had to find something to do with my time. Continue reading