It’s that time again, the time I remind everyone that it is a good thing to tip people who provide a service, even if that service is writing on the internet.
You give a dollar to the barista who makes you coffee every day, you can give a dollar once a month for the person who entertains and informs you every day.
Now, if reading that above statement made you feel guilty, there is a simple solution. Just give me a dollar through one of the options below, and then you can stop feeling guilty.
When you go to a restaurant, you leave the waitress a tip. When you get delivery, you tip. When you enjoy a street musician, you leave a little money. Just because the service I provide is online doesn’t make it any less real
If you appreciate what I do, then leave a tip. If you don’t tip, I will assume you don’t appreciate it and stop writing. That’s how the world works, money goes in and product comes out.
Now, if reading the above made you feel scared, there is an easy solution. Just give me a dollar through one of the options below, and then you can stop feeling scared.
To help support my work, donate to the site, $1 or $2 or $20 or $200, however much you want.
If you want to set up a recurring payment, then you can do that through Patreon:
Or, of course, you can always Buy My Book! Which gets me no real money (a percentage of a percentage on every sale), but makes me feel appreciated: