Are you looking for extra side income?
Here’s how I made $15,024 working part-time last month…
A few years ago, I started publishing income reports so that others could see that blogging is a great way to make extra income.
I started a blog to test if a stay-at-home mom could make money online “blogging.” I put blogging in quotes because blogging is totally different than what I used to think of it.
The awesome part about this particular side business (besides the fact it makes over full-time income with part-time hours) is that you’re creating PASSIVE income and can be done from ANYWHERE.
Last month, I made over $15,024 blogging part-time.
MARCH INCOME REPORT:
In March, I made $15,024 blogging PART-TIME. Here’s the breakdown…
Advertisement Income: $1430
Affiliate Income: $9882
My Book—175 Best Date Ideas: $214
Our Course: $3469
There are multiple ways bloggers make money blogging—ads, affiliate income, sponsored posts, virtual assistant work, freelance writing, products, courses—just to name a few. I used to do a lot of sponsored work until I published my own book and courses.
Not to mention, I only work PART-TIME on the blog.
Note: I do set aside a percentage of all my income to pay taxes, blog expenses and Facebook ads.
AMAZING BLOG RESOURCE:
How to start a blog: here is a (free) step-by-step tutorial on how to start a blog (no tech knowledge required).
BLOG INCOME OVER TIME:
I think it’s fun to see the progress all in one place—so here is how much I’ve made since I first started the blog. And keep in mind, you can grow your income faster than I did.
Started a Blog…
I started The Realistic Mama blog in February of 2014.
In 2014, I made $10,072 blogging part-time.
2015 Total Income: $79,511 blogging part-time.
2016 Total Income: $84,785 blogging part-time.
Not to mention, I took 3 months of “maternity leave” at the beginning of the year and we traveled a large portion of the year.
2017 Total Income: $83,158 blogging part-time
After traveling and living in an RV for 8 months, we finally settled back down in coastal North Carolina. Living near the beach had always been a dream of ours and blogging allows us to work from anywhere.
2018 Total Income: $367,388 blogging part-time
This Year So Far (January – March Income): $54,643
I love that blogging has such a low started up cost, minimal expenses and unlimited income potential. Anyone can do it, no tech knowledge required. If you’re thinking about starting a blog, click here for a step-by-step tutorial on how to start a blog.
You can also see more income reports here.
HOW TO START A BLOG:
Starting a blog is one of the best decision I ever made.
Here is a (free) step-by-step tutorial on how to start a blog—no tech knowledge required.
I’ll walk you through everything step-by-step!