Hey there! I’m Jen and I have 3 blogs. I currently work full-time and run these blogs in my spare time. Although I make some great income from them… I’ll admit that I haven’t been taking the income or the blogs very seriously over the past few years.

So, as a way to stay accountable… I commit to sharing with you my income from each of these blogs and any insights that may help you become more successful with your blogging efforts and online business.

As of December 2014, after understanding what it means to become financially free in 3 years… thanks to The Ultimate Game of Life program… I committed to transforming my blogs into a six-figure passive income stream… so that I can leave my corporate job, have time and location freedom and simply have more fun in my life!

Here is March’s income report…

Blog Income Report

A quick note: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. All of the products listed below are products and services I’ve used before. If you have any questions about any of the income or expenses you can leave a comment and I’ll do my best to reply.

INCOME TOTALS (by blog)

SimpleSewingProjects.com

Google Adsense: $106.26
YouTube: $72.56
Shareasale: $75.25
SimpleSewingProjects.com Memberships: $296.07
Downloadable Sewing Patterns: $59.93

Total Income for SimpleSewingProjects.com: $610.07

OutfitIdeas4You.com

Google Adsense: $22.80
Shop Style Collective: $20.70

Total Income for OutfitIdeas4You.com: $43.50

JenThoden.com (this blog)

Google Adsense: $4.20
My Lead System Pro (MLSP): $139

Total Income for JenThoden.com: $143.20

Total Income: $796.77

TRAFFIC TOTALS (by blog)

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SimpleSewingProjects.com

March 2015 - Blog Income Report

 

OutfitIdeas4You.com

March 2015 - Blog Income Report

 

JenThoden.com

March 2015 - Blog Income Report

Blog Income Report
I’m not gonna lie… I did very little this month. I think I got a little over confident with the spike in earnings in February that I thought I didn’t need to work as much. And somehow that turned into doing very little… which is apparent in the drop in numbers. It’s still more than January but I want to see growth every month. Right?

Lesson to learn here is that when you’re focused on growing your business, consistency is key. Don’t stop because you will lose momentum. Also, don’t go crazy either (which I think I did) where you can’t maintain the pace.

I’m refocusing and establishing a more realistic pace. Let’s see how April goes…

See you next month!

Jen Thoden