Threads like this are so depressing.
'Can I make money from writing blog articles?' someone asks. And, predictably, the usual replies roll in - 'Yes, you can make $3 - $7 per article', 'Oh, it's very difficult to make money', 'Try WasteOfTimeLance or PovertyPayLance', 'Join all the forums and become part of the community', and so on.
Unfortunately there is NO worthwhile money to be made for the vast majority of people who start off with low expectations and try to sell cheap 'articles'.
I don't make $7 when I write something for a website. I wouldn't bother opening my laptop for $7. I make thousands of dollars for writing content for a typical small to medium website. Plus more for periodic updates.
The difference is that I don't hang around waiting for something to happen. I approach website owners directly and offer to write their website content. Not cheap little 'articles' for a blog that no one visits, but complete business websites full of content. Every page.
That's where the money is. That's how you can feed your family by writing for the web.
Like anything, it's a skill, and you have to learn to do it right. It means working with the business owner to analyse the business, in particular from a customer's point of view. You have to agree a set of business objectives for the website, and then plan a web content strategy to achieve the objectives. Finally you implement the strategy, researching and writing the content. There's much more to it than that, of course, but that's the bare bones.
It's interesting. It's reasonably satisfying. And it works.
Although I originally started, years ago, doing web design and content writing as a complete package, nowadays I often just go for the content writing. There are countless business websites out there which are visually and technically adequate, but have very poor content. Those are your paying customers, not penniless blog owners. But you have to go to them, they won't come to you.
The OP was specifically interested in Dating, Travel and Television. Well, there are plenty of small Travel companies who don't do a great job selling their holidays. There's your first target market. Go out and grab them!
Moral of the story: think big, talk to the right people, and go where the money is.