I personally love reading income reports because they give me a glimpse into how other people run their business and organize their life. I know a lot of people find them invasive or think people are bragging, but I don’t agree. My income reports aren’t as *amazing* as some bloggers out there, but I think it’s important to share that you CAN make money online and via freelancing, even if it doesn’t 100% support you from the beginning. You have to start somewhere right?
So! That brings us to the 5th installment of Mar’s monthly income reports.
Hello Hello F22 crew!
One of the biggest hurdles being a freelancer is money. More importantly…How am I going to get the money I need to pay bills with? And how do I make sure that with a freelancer ebb and flow I’ll always pay my bills on time?
Trust me..I’ve been there and had the freak out about it. There are a thousand and one books about budgeting, but most hardly any of them address the issues that a freelancer has! These are some of the tips and tricks I’ve either used, or heard and thought were really good!
Income reports are a tricky subject. On one hand; I love to read them. They inspire me and allow me to root for my favorite bloggers/freelancers. I get to check in on them like an old friend and see how they’ve progressed since last month!
I feel like each month I do these I get more and more comfortable with it. A. because my viewership isn’t that high so it’s not like I’m bragging to everyone I knew in highschool. And B. I’ve gotten some good feedback from other freelancers about how it’s opened their eyes to potential income streams. As I always say, success (and the internet) are not finite resources-there are plenty to go around!
So! That brings us to the fourth installment of Mar’s monthly income reports.