I’ve put a lot of focus into Bubblews the past few weeks and I’ve been really happy with my experience there. Some of my articles are getting picked up by search engines and having continuing traffic. It has been great for backlinking and earning money, and it’s a neat little community. I decided to do a little review and share what my routine for Bubblews posts looks like.
When it comes to making money online, I break it down into three categories: residual income, freelance income, and fun money.
There is one part of my investing life that I have completely ignored for months, and shame on me. This is my Roth IRA. When I left my job last August, I had a bit of a 401k to rollover, and I opened up a Roth IRA at Fidelity.
And I forgot about it.
I’m sure most people who are trying something for themselves, freelance, or just plain unemployed can agree, we hate hearing “When are you going to get a job?”
Welcome to my first income report in the new format! This is all a part of my blog refocus that I launched last week. So far, so good!
For those of you who have been following my income reports in the past, the biggest change you will notice is that I have removed the investing section from my income report. I am still focused on investing, but I feel like reporting it on a monthly basis isn’t the best way to do it. Dividends are usually paid quarterly and earnings are released quarterly, so I think I will have more to talk about if I do a separate investing report every quarter.
So I guess you could consider my last post as a sort of relaunch, or at least reintroduction of my focus on this blog. In the next few weeks, I’ll attempt to define it further so that everyone can get an idea of where my head is at. This is sort of the back story to publishing that post, so it might be worth it to check it out if you haven’t already.
Publishing that post confirmed to me something that I’ve always known to be true. That is, there is never a perfect time to do something.