June 2017 Income Report

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This June 2017 Income Report marks my fifth income report on the blog. This is all the income I earned in June, I may not have actually been paid yet for this work (actually I’m still waiting to be paid from some work in May). This also does not factor in taxes or expenses.

How I Earn My Income

I primarily earn money through freelance writing, affiliate marketing, driving for Lyft, and a few other hustles here and there.

If you want to get started freelance writing, I highly recommend Gina Horkey’s 30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success. I helped me go from novice to full-time freelance writer.

I’m still working to build my affiliate marketing income, but I do only share tools and resources I have used myself and find helpful. If you want to get started with affiliate marketing, I’d recommend Michelle of Making Sense of Cent’s Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing Course.

Wanting to get started on Lyft? You can read my post on becoming a Lyft driver.

June 2017 Income = $2,317.65

Total June Income: $2,317.65 (down $1,572.1 from May – This is due in part to April and May when there was a death in the family and I had viral bronchitis, which meant I wasn’t reaching out and pitching as much)

Freelance Writing: $1,420.20

Affiliate Marketing: $9 This is something I want to work on growing, I’m slowly working my way through the Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing Course.

Lyft Driving: $0

Other: $880, I’m doing some part-time work

Total Income: $2,317.65 Please reach out if you are interested in working with me or working with Less Debt More Wine.

Income Goal Progress

I have set an income goal of $80,000 for 2017. $15,099 of $80,000 = 18.87 % to goal.

Wrapping Up

That is it for my June 2017 Income Report. If you have any questions, feel free to let me know. Now to tackle July with a goal of doubling my income from June.

3 thoughts on “June 2017 Income Report”

  1. Liz I love that you include an income report on your blog and break down what you earned where. I’m currently going through a divorce, and I’m unemployed. I have some finances in place while I look for work, but I’ve only ever been good at writing. That’s where I’m at now. I’m working on building a career in freelance writing. I’m taking Gina’s course and taking the steps to do what I love. You’re income reports are refreshing, because they provide realistic numbers. I feel hope when I see them.
    I also enjoy the rest of your blog as well. See you on your next post. Until then.

    1. Thanks so much! Gina’s course is amazing. Good luck with your freelance writing, if there is anything I can do to help just let me know 🙂

    2. Hey Magen,

      I’m currently going through a divorce too. Although I’m not unemployed it has definitely thrown a curve ball in how I’m attacking my debt and saving money. Take things in stride and one day at a time.


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