How I Made Over $1,400.00 On My 4th Month Of Blogging

How I Made Over $1,400.00 On My 4th Month Of Blogging

This ” How I Made Over $1,400.00 On My 4th Month Of Blogging ” is my 2nd ever income report. I am proud of what I accomplished this past month, which is a lot given that I have a full-time day job and have a family to take care and come home to. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.

Just a disclaimer before I do my monthly spill, I didn’t put the exact figure I earned last month because I’m still waiting for one or two advertisers that haven’t given me my revenue figures yet. I will update the content (not the title) to reflect the total earning after I receive the information.



    • Thanks. When I was writing this post, I knew I had to include that item on my list. Unfortunately, I know a lot of people too that like to pretend. They could really use their money for better purposes (not that I have a power to force them to because it’s their money).

  1. Hey Allan,
    This is a great post and completely sums up why most never reach 7 figures. I especially agree with points
    #3 – You’ll never be a millionaire without compound interest
    #4 – You also have to be a lifelong learner
    #7 – getting deals is key. I plan my grocery shops around what’s on sale
    #9 – trying to look rich is the quickest way to stay poor.
    Really great post though! Thanks

    • I’m glad you like it. I’ve seen a lot of people in my life who have aspired and/or continue to aspire to become at least a millionaire but never seem to understand where they are making mistakes. Of course, it is not always black and white when trying to become a millionaire but there are signs that point you to the fact that you’re not going to be one.

  2. Great post with some great tips! I hope to start investing soon because I want to have a nest egg for retirement! I blog about money tips and budgeting as well and LOVE articles like this one!

  3. I agree with everything you write and, since becoming a Millionaire blogger is my aim ( 😉 ) I’ll follow them. I’d add:
    – don’t look for easy ways to become a Millionaire
    – gambling is no way
    – time is not money!

  4. I love the way you subverted the normal format for this article, it made it so much fresher! Awesome tips too, though I’m probably too young to be thinking about a lot of it!

  5. Really great tips! I especially agree on education. There are so many places to get it now it boggles my mind that people don’t care, don’t realize that today you need it.

    • Thanks. You are true when you said that education is really needed and some people just don’t realize such fact.

  6. Nice post and beautiful insights on the things people do which is why they have remained poor. Personally, I feel personal development is the key to everything.

    • Indeed, personal development is key. Things in life consistently change. What is considered advance today will be considered obsolete a couple of years from now.

  7. Interesting article. I don’t want to be a millionaire, I just want to have enough money to live a happy life and afford my trips. I think some of the points you mentioned are very good, like buying things full price. I never do that. I manage to lower my weekly expenses just by buying from the clearance basket, where products that were £3 end up being sold for 10p for example.

    • That’s good. It’s good that you are being practical with your money.

  8. Looks like I really don’t want to be a millionaire! Well I do already follow two of your tips and I try not to pay full price for goods if I can help it and I also value education, so maybe I am some of the way there?

    • I think so. Just hang out and don’t give up and you may reach that million dollar status.

  9. My Dad used to “fake it until they beliee you”. He would buy cars he really couldn’t afford and own items that he didn’t even understand but they looked good (like a top of the range phone. He can’t even text.) The reality behind it is he ended up going bankrupt after getting up to his eyeballs in debt.

    • there’s nothing good that comes out from faking it and impressing other people. That’s what I think

  10. I love that post ! everyone wants to be a millionaire but once we realize how much work it requires we are a little less exited ! and Thank god talked about education ! school or not we have to continue learning 🙂

  11. What a great concept for a post. I’ll be sharing this my husband so we can get to work saving a million!

    • Thank you. I thought about it when I was watching the “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire”. I thought of doing the reverse, which resulted into creating this post.

  12. A great way to simplify what is perhaps the most pressing and stressing issue for millennials. Love it how you’ve gone and penned down the issues which are the biggest deterrent to becoming millionnaires

    • Haha. I also do believe that buying lottery tickets are a waste of money. Thank you for reading.

  13. Thanks so much for sharing! My favorite tip on here is the one about paying full price for items that you need for your home or family. I love to shop at thrift stores for those items! Of course, you have to watch what you buy there, but there are so many truly great bargains that will save you hundreds! I recently bought a sweater with the Macy’s tags still on it. Total price? $5.49. WIN! A penny saved is a penny earned!

    • I never buy at full-tag price. It just doesn’t make any sense to me. I agree with you, that is, a penny saved is a penny earned.

  14. I really enjoyed reading this, I struggle with some of these bad habits. I like how you put things simply, so it was easy to understand. Thanks for the post.

    • You are so welcome. Thanks for reading. I hope you got something out from it.

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