Total Online Earnings in 2008: $4058.53. Wooo-hoooo!

This time last year, I was broke.

Today, I still am. Hehe!


The End.

Ok, on a serious note, when I kinda pulled my finger outta my ass in Jan 2008 and started making some money online, I didn’t really know what was possible. I just knew I had to do something to change what was becoming the norm.

I made $325.32 last month taking the year’s final total to $4058.53. Breakdown was as follows:

Freelance writing – $3,568.70
Proofreading – $330.49
Other – $159.34 (amazon/ eBay sales, taking surveys, etc)

Has it been worth it? Sometimes, I’ve felt it’s all been one huge distraction from what I really should be doing with my life. Other times, I’ve felt it’s been SO worth not working a 9-5.

In terms of freedom, freelance (web) writing is a step towards it, but it’s not what I want to be doing a lot of a year from now. I’d rather be writing and creating for myself. That, for me, is freedom.

I really wish all of y’all a hugely successful 2009. Dream wide. Then dive in.

I’m gonna try and do that too.

See ya!

2ThePoint.

2 comments

  1. Bianca Raven

    You should be proud of yourself! You earned money AND you didn’t have to worry about a day job.

    Set your goals and see if you can bring your 2009 earnings to triple that amount. I know you can do it.
    🙂

  2. 2ThePoint

    Hey Bianca Raven!

    Thanks (as always) for passing through.

    I did have to worry about a day job, I’m afraid – just not a full-time one. This year, I really wanna nip it in the bud ENTIRELY. I’ve been wanting to do that for the last few years and have had some success but have always had to go back to a conventional job eventually to make ends meet.

    But, yes, I am proud of myself 🙂

    And thank you …for your beleif in me.

    take care and I wish an absolutely FAB 2009.

    take care…

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