Income Report for the week of March 20-26
My last post on how I made $2000 my first month was really popular so I wanted to share with you guys what I typically do in one week. I am a big believer in the idea that you have to take it one step at a time, do not compare your journey to anyone else's. My goal in writing about my first month of freelancing was not to make anyone feel bad or inadequate but to show people it can be done So many people have laughed at me because I work as a freelancer. HA! Not anymore :)
No, I am not one of the prodigies on the internet that made $10,000 their first month of freelancing, quit their job, and now have a four hour workweek. But I did bust my own butt, committed to a goal, and not only conquered that goal, but utterly demolished it.
I have always wanted to be a writer. When I was three years old, I would beg my mother to buy me notebooks from the store. Once in the car, I would take my trusty pen and begin writing. Granted, I couldn't write nor read at this point, but my writing was careful, thoughtful, and methodical. I still have some of these books and the neatness of the small squiggles and curves I passed off as letters leaves me dumbfounded. No, I wasn't a kid that scribbled. I was a kid that dreamt of writing.