It’s September! That is hard to believe. Another month gone by that I didn’t get much done on this blog, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t get work done at all. Read on for my August 2013 monthly income report.
I’ll admit it, I was lazy as heck in July. I could just not get motivated to work on the things that I had meant to get work done, but some stuff did happen that put me in the right frame of mind.
As I’ve shown in my past few income reports, there are lots of little ways to make a few extra bucks online. One that is pretty simple is Swagbucks. Swagbucks is in the category of Get-Paid-To sites, where you get paid for doing little tasks like searching the web, watching videos, or completing offers. I’ve created this guide to Swagbucks for people looking to maximize their earnings or who are checking it out the first time.
When it comes to making money online, I break it down into three categories: residual income, freelance income, and fun money.
Welcome to my first income report in the new format! This is all a part of my blog refocus that I launched last week. So far, so good!
For those of you who have been following my income reports in the past, the biggest change you will notice is that I have removed the investing section from my income report. I am still focused on investing, but I feel like reporting it on a monthly basis isn’t the best way to do it. Dividends are usually paid quarterly and earnings are released quarterly, so I think I will have more to talk about if I do a separate investing report every quarter.