My side-hustle income for February 2017 breaks down like this:
Overall my side hustle total for February was $133.82. I cashed in $20 from Ibotta, my big fat check from Ebates hit my PayPal, Ebay was the big winner with $73, worked a little PR magic and finally sold a scarf of Etsy that I’ve been trying to unload for probably three years.
My side-hustle income for January 2017 breaks down like this:
Overall the total was $100.48 in virtually passive income (except the writing with Page PR). My total was about $32 less than December…but better than November. Oh, and Twenty20 was a new source of income even though it was only $2.00 I was pretty excited to sell a photo.
My side-hustle income for December 2016 was all from selling vintage items on eBay. I sold a total of 11 items for a total of $132.42. Overall I had an increase of nearly $50 over November.
I’ve been remiss in posting my side hustle income, but there’s no time like the present right? My grand total for November was $85.08. The most noteworthy piece of income was $50 from a sponsored post to this blog. Here’s the breakdown.
1. Ebay (two items) = $8.49
2. Sponsored post = $50.00
3. Ebates = $26.59
My April 2016 Side Hustle Income was only $27.00. This is probably the lowest I’ve had in a really long time, but it’s better than nothing, right? Here’s the breakdown.
I sold a cookbook on Ebay for $5.00. The good news was I only paid $0.50 for it. Another $2.00 came from a lunch box procured from a garage sale for $.25 from my Etsy vintage shop. The final $20 was for a blog post from my public relations Etsy shop.
I didn’t do very well on my April Goals, but let’s give May a try.
1. It’s garage sale season and I need to procure items for my vintage shops on both Etsy and Ebay. My goal is to list a total of 50 items, and I’m half-way there now.
2. Give PoshMark a try and sell some clothes I don’t wear anymore.
3. I have two bank bonuses coming for a total of $300.
4. Cash out Ibotta, Ebates and Credit Card Points.
My March 2016 Side Hustle Income was $125.49. Sure, I’ve made more before, but I’ve also made less. One thing for sure, it all went toward paying extra on my car loan. Here’s the breakdown.
Most of my sales came from Ebay where I made $75.49 by selling flea control stuff for our pets that we don’t need anymore and vintage items I procured from garage sales. The other $50 came from my Etsy Shop where I had two sales. My Etsy Shop sells public relations services to help people sell more online. Overall, I’ve made more than $1,000 in total sales. But, things have slowed down some this year when I raised my prices to purposefully slow this time consuming business down a bit.
1. Continue to make sales on Etsy-Page Public Relations.
2. It’s garage sale season and I need to procure items for my vintage shops on both Etsy and Ebay. My goal is to list a total of 50 items, and I’m half-way there now.
3. Give PoshMark a try and sell some clothes I don’t wear anymore.
4. I have a bank bonus of $200 coming from a savings account at CapitalOne.
I am so inspired by the extra amount of money that fellow personal financial bloggers are earning. Take a look at these few:
Making Sense of Cents made $72,196 in March. Yes, you read that right…in March. This is so inspirational to me. It’s amazing what she’s done for this online community and what she’s done to design the life she wants.