Happy March everyone! Welcome to the second quarter of 2022.
March hasn’t been so productive for me, Adam. I went on vacation to Phoenix to visit family. We stayed there in a Great Wolf Lodge. What a blast that was! Our two boys loved the water park at the lodge. Oh! We also found a huge hole in the ground. Here’s a family photo.
I came home fully charged and ready to go and then allergy season hit me like a truck. This makes me walk a little slow. I even met Andrew last weekend for some burgers, darts and catch up. I couldn’t enjoy our time together as much as I would have liked because my head was in a cloud the whole time.
However, I still beat him at darts.
What we accomplished in April!
In January, we turned commentary back on! We took a break from comments, but we missed the community involvement in our posts. One of our goals in 2022 is to bring back that sense of community.
We missed hearing for all of you! Shoot us a “Hello!” in the comments below!
We have published several more articles. Andrew has published several new articles on our affiliate website. Sorry, that’s still a secret. We also share tons of cool financial jokes, infographics and quotes on social media. Check out our Instagram!
Income for March
We had a bad month before March. That is good. As a blogger, there will be many ups and downs. For me personally, these downs are a time of reflection and motivation. It’s a time to fortify the foundations to build back stronger for the next month. That’s why I’m curious what April will bring!
I personally have a lot of ambition for Wallet Squirrel this year and what I want it to be. Sometimes it’s hard to find the time to put into the website. Although I don’t think I have much time, my problem is really a priority. I can be easily distracted, which distracts my attention from what really matters. This is something I recognize and work on.
What helps you stay focused?
These are all pretty incredible revenue generators and we’ve mentioned them before on the blog.
Monthly Expenses for Wallet Squirrel
The phrase “It takes money to make money” is actually quite accurate. As we learn new skills, we find new software and processes that help us make more money. However, they come at a price for their convenience. This is where our money went in March.
Monthly Fee – $215 Total
bluehost [$36] – Hosting service Ahrefs [$104] – Keyword and web traffic research Sitelock [$8] – Extra security for our Bluehost servers Domain [$2] – So we can keep the domain WalletSquirrel.com Bloom [$7] – Our email forms, but we will probably get rid of this soon Grammarly [$12] – We can’t live without this great grammar tool The Noun Project [$4] – The best site for icons for our infographics Sendible [$30] – A social media scheduling platform. Adam seems to really enjoy it! Canvas [$12] – Helps us create cool images!
Everything that remains is invested in my dividend portfolio.
What’s the next step for April
Our goal for 2022 is LOTS of content. We still have a lot of room to grow here, especially me. Andrew continues to build our affiliate website. This website is just getting started, but it has a LOT of potential. On the other hand, I will continue to create more content for Wallet Squirrel. I plan to post four to six new articles this month, along with some new guest posts.
I also have some household chores for Wallet Squirrel to do. Some of these items are technical which I love. I hope these items will pick up our monthly page views.
What are you going to tackle in April?
Adam and Andreas
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