For over three years, I’ve been sharing my family’s real income and expenses with the world as we worked to pay off $144,000 of student loan debt. Included with our family’s income was my blogging income, which grew steadily over that time.
As readers saw my income gradually increasing, there were more and more questions about how I made money blogging. Still I didn’t expect that my regular readers would be interested in the ins and outs of my blogging income and expenses each month (especially in a post that was filled withe numbers already).
I decided to share the details of my blog income and expenses with readers who were interested. For the past 17 months, my blog income and expense reports have been shared exclusively with my subscribers, but I decided to start publishing them as well in hopes of inspiring a wider audience of bloggers or bloggers-to-be.
I’ll still be sending out exclusive emails to my blogging list, so that is the best place to find future income reports as they become available. I’ll also share tips and ideas for what has worked for me (and what hasn’t). You can sign up here!
For reference, I started blogging in Sept 2013.
June 2015— Net Income $1,316
July 2015— Net Income $1,471
August 2015— Net Income $2,122
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