How I Made Over $9500 This Month (March Income Report)
I thought February was an amazing month (income report wise) but March topped it by a few thousand! So here’s how I did it.
What you see are my income reports, my images, my writing. What you don’t see: hours of work, the occasional tear, sacrifices, and not much sleep. When I have extra money, I put it into development and purchase courses to better myself (here are my favorite blogging courses). I am always working on the blog, it’s always on my mind. I want to improve it, I have the strongest desire to make this into something big. I’m always on the search for new resources and education.How I made over $9500 this month (and how I did it). Click To Tweet
Google Suite: Since my new host doesn’t offer email hosting, I switched everything over to Google Suite. It’s a small expense and totally worth it.
Marketing Impact Academy 2.0: I’ve been following Chalene Johnson for years. I started following her for health, but as I evolved I followed her into business. I have been wanting to join MIA for 5 years now and I FINALLY had enough money saved to do it. I’m incredibly excited about this investment. It was pricey, but I can already tell it’s worth it. MIA 2.0 is now closed for registration.
Gumroad: I use Gumroad to manage my digital products (The Healthy Grail and soon to be released Delish Dressings & Vinaigrettes).
Instapage: Instapage is my landing page software. It’s super easy to use and it makes beautiful landing pages!
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Everything is in Canadian dollars, all US currency was converted using the PayPal converter. All expenses are used for The Bewitchin’ Kitchen. Any other businesses are separate.
Total Income: $
Virtual Assistants: $617.97
Supplies (Office supplies, supplies for blog projects, and groceries for recipe development): $
Adobe Photoshop CC: $
FlyWheel (Host): $
Imagify Plugin: $
Facebook + Pinterest Ads: $
Total Expenses: $
This expense report does not include house bills, utilities, and data plan.
Blog services that I’ve paid for and that I couldn’t live without or have made a difference: