Let’s start with the progression. I bought my domain and started blogging in July 2014, and this has been my progress from 2015 until now:

  • January 2015: $185.16
  • February 2015: $203.96
  • March 2015: $515.48
  • April 2015: $786.03
  • May 2015: $757.29
  • June 2015: $957.47
  • July 2015: $1,487.82
  • August 2015: $1,735.64
  • September 2015: $1,521.11
  • October 2015: $1,784.43
  • November 2015: $2,391.96
  • December 2015: $3,069.71
  • January 2016: $3,461.03
  • February 2016: $3,985.58
  • March 2016: $6,696.22

What’s Up In April

I’ve been paying more attention to my second blog and trying to grow it, which also meant that I’ve been less preoccupied with my main blog. Now that Rosevibe is so close to being live, I’ll have to juggle 3 sites (and I already have plans for a 4th!). I’m excited but it’s a lot of work! It’s definitely what I want to do though, and I love everything about creating and growing blogs.

I’m still really happy with my switch to AdThrive. Like I mentioned in my previous income report, I switched ad networks and this has been one of the reasons why my income has grown dramatically these past 2 months. I’m planning on writing a whole post about blog ads very soon, and I’ll tell you everything about my ad history as well as go through all the options we have as bloggers.

Anyway, here are the deetz for this month!

April Income Breakdown



Full-Time Blogging

Although I’ve been blogging and working on my sites full-time for months now, I’ve been hesitant of calling myself a “full-time blogger”. With all the successful bloggers out there that are crushing it, it’s hard for us smaller bloggers. I’m not a known blogger. I don’t make millions like they do!

Well, I’m happy to say that I’m over it, and I no longer feel weird when referring to myself as a full-time blogger anymore. This is my work. This is what I pour my energy into. Ain’t no shame! Full-time bloggers unite!