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<p>I've been interested in budgeting and saving for as long as I can remember. I used to be bad with money. I mean <strong>really bad. </strong>Now, I'm definitely getting better.</p>
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<p>I also have a love of creating printables. I'm good at it and I love being helpful.</p>
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<p>Around March 15th, 2019  I purchased my Personal Finance Blog. I'll keep you updated on the status of that here. Wherever you see income listed, that is total income for the blog from all sources including ad revenue, affiliate programs, product sales, etc.</p>
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<h2>March 2019 - Month 1</h2>
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<ul><li>Published 7 Blog Articles</li><li>575 Page Views</li><li>45 Subscribers</li></ul>
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<p>Income</p>
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<ul><li>$0.05 Total Blog Earnings</li></ul>
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<p>Expenses</p>
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<ul><li>-$22.90 Pinterest Ad Campaign to encourage traffic / Signups</li><li>-$24.94 Add Blog to my Tailwind Account (Tailwind keeps your billing date the same year after year so as you add new Pinterest accounts, they pro-rate you)</li></ul>
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<p><strong>-$22.85</strong> =<strong> Total Blog Income</strong> (not counting startup costs)</p>
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April 2019 - Month 2

Income

-$22.10 = Total Blog Income (not counting startup costs)

May 2019 - Month 3

Income

Expenses

-$59.70 = Total Blog Income (not counting startup costs)

June 2019 - Month 4

Income

Expenses

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I've been interested in budgeting and saving for as long as I can remember. I used to be bad with money. I mean really bad. Now, I'm definitely getting better.

I also have a love of creating printables. I'm good at it and I love being helpful.

Around March 15th, 2019 I purchased my Personal Finance Blog. I'll keep you updated on the status of that here. Wherever you see income listed, that is total income for the blog from all sources including ad revenue, affiliate programs, product sales, etc.

March 2019 - Month 1

Income

Expenses

-$22.85 = Total Blog Income (not counting startup costs)

April 2019 - Month 2

Income

-$22.10 = Total Blog Income (not counting startup costs)

May 2019 - Month 3

Income

Expenses

-$59.70 = Total Blog Income (not counting startup costs)

June 2019 - Month 4

Income

Expenses

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