2012 is definitely the year of challenges. Wikitionary defines challenge as "A difficult task, especially one that the person making the attempt finds more enjoyable because of that difficulty". Yes, accomplishing the task at hand is definitely more enjoyable because of the the journey. My primary task this year (financially speaking) is to eliminate my credit card debt. I have other goals this year, but getting rid of the debt is my main focus.
To help keep my on track with my debt elimination progress, I have joined Melissa at Mom's Plans in her Debt Snowflake Challenge. To the best of my ability, I will update my own debt snowflake progress every Friday.
Blog income from advertising was $110.00. This revenue was from the last week in December, and when it arrives in the bank from PayPal, I will apply it to the Credit card.
I still have a bag of loose change in the back of my car to turn in. I was going to do this about a month ago, but that same day my mom was taken to the ER, and things have been crazy since.
I have just started offering services as a Virtual Assistant for fellow bloggers. My client base is growing, ( I have one, with the possibility of another). Working from home is a way for me to add to our family's income and by offering services as a Virtual Assistant I can easily do this. Thanks to Melissa for all your help and guidance too!
I have recently started another website "Count Down to Sixty" using wordpress. It is designed to help other baby boomers like myself with the obstacles and challenges of getting older. The website is in the early stages, ( I am very new to wordpress) and is less personal, more informational. My goal is to monetize it and grow it to become a passive stream of income. As I said before, it is definitely in the early stages.
Chase Credit Card: $10. 659.00
This is where we stand for now with the debt. So close to getting under $10,000.00!!
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