This is my blog.
I hope you enjoy reading my blog posts as much as I enjoy writing them.
I write about what matters to me.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced blogger, here you’ll find tips and resources to grow your audience.
The ultimate goal, right? I write about the different ways we can generate passive income and achieve financial freedom.
I am very interested in investment opportunities. Property, stocks, crypto, peer-to-peer lending and more.
Work from home
I’ve started working from home when I was only 16 years old. If I can do it, anyone can. Read my posts to start your journey too.
In my opinion, one of the smartest ways to generate passive income. Read about my experiences and learn some tricks.
From time to time I feel like sharing my personal thoughts with my readers. The more you read, the better you’ll know me.
My latest blog posts.
The more you read, the more you’ll get to know David Oliveira.
I just had the worst headache of my life. Definitely, not a normal headache. Does it happen to you too? What could it be?
Just in case you decide to be really cool, I’ll leave here my wishlist. Feel free to give me just one of the items. They’re not in a special order.
I’m not the type of person who knows all the actors and goes to the cinema every weekend, but I love watching movies.
If you want to know how to build wealth, read this article. It’s a comprehensive guide on how to build wealth.
This is the quickest way to find my best blog posts published in 2021. Read them and let me know which one is your favourite.
I recommend CrowdProperty . If you have some spare money and want to invest, this platform could be what you’re looking for.
I know that I’m only 32 (now you know) but a mini-retirement would be awesome right now.
These designer perfumes are inspired by true original brands. Contact me to get your or to join the business and start working from home.
Hey, are you into passive income? In this article, I write about passive income ideas that really work. Hopefully, you’ll like it.
Life is too short to be taken too seriously.
Enjoy the little things, be kind and appreciate what you already have.