So close! I was $1.61 less than I made last month (bummer). Here’s how I made $68.53 this month.
PS. My entire portfolio is now at a little over $7,000. That’s more money than I’ve ever had. How FREAKING COOL! I love passive ways to make money. Here’s how I made extra cash in the month of April.
My double cashback credit card was my financial MVP again from some of my larger purchases the month prior when I went on a bit of a spending spree. I gained $42.69 which is my highest paycheck from my credit card ever bringing the total of $218.74 my credit card company has paid me in the last 8 months. HA! Take that you credit card vultures.
Otherwise, my Dividends this month took second place bringing in $8.68 from Comcast, Realty Income Corporation (you awesome stock) and Coca-Cola. Even though I quit drinking caffeine (I’m weird right?). Coca-Cola is still paying me my dividends because I own 8 shares of that majestic company. Quit caffeine, but never dividends.
All my additional extra income was all sub $5 so I don’t need to speak about it, except my Affiliate Website #1. That brought in a whopping $7.15. Which isn’t much, but I’m currently revamping this website to bring it up to date to share with everyone here! That’s right, I’m hoping to FINALLY release what my affiliate website now that has made $400 in the last 8 months. Why not tell you now? Well, I’m a storyteller and want to dazzle you.
Goals I reached last month
- One of my big goals was to make my blog more graphic, telling stories with both words and pictures. I’ve been having a blast creating infographics and I hope to do more of these in future. They seem to have been a huge hit and I think it’ll continue to set my blog apart. Yay for a little unique in a very saturated market! They limit me to one a week, but I feel they’re worth it, right?
- I’ve started to get more involved with other Denver Start Up Companies and Entrepreneurs. It’s been awesome. We’ve been meeting over drinks and sharing how they’ve grown their blogs and companies. So many GREAT ideas and I can’t wait to try them out. Thank you all who have provided me great insight including fellow blogger Stefan from Millennial Budget for some great Twitter conversations this last month.
- I want to start building my email list. I have some awesome people that have chosen to join the Wallet Squirrel Community and THANK YOU SO MUCH! I just want to find a way to make it easier for others to join my email community so we can help each other out.
What do you think of Wallet Squirrel becoming more graphic oriented?
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