Hey everyone, I hope everything is well!
I have another update for you today. Again, I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything but the reason for that is because I have been working on my internet marketing blog.
Million Endeavour has always been a personal finance blog and for the last little while, it somehow transitioned into an online business blog.
This is extremely unfair for you and for myself. I would like for this blog to remain about personal finance. This is why I’ve decided to separate the online business portion of to a new blog.
For those interested in my online endeavours, you will find more updates about that at RetireViaInternet.
Without going into too much details, I’ve made $450 this month in affiliate marketing and spent $40 in advertising costs. This left me with a profit of $410.
Now back to the topic at hand.
For the past months, I’ve lost motivation in personal finance. I stopped everything about it to pursue my online business.
The good news however, is that I am going to start back up on my finances once more. I do not want everything that I’ve learned to be a waste.
To do this, I will need to do a better job in prioritizing my time and energy. Which I will.
The first thing I am going to do is to restart stock trading. Ever since I’ve emptied out my funds to purchase my first property, I have sort of stopped in that department.
I’ll begin by reinvesting into index funds as I think I would prefer something more passive for the time being so that I can divert my energy elsewhere.
You should also know that I have been working on writing a book lately. I am half way through and have a goal to self publish it by the end of the year. Hopefully, I would make my dead line.
In the mean time, if you would like to learn more about my online business, do check out RetireViaInternet.
Moving forward from here, I will be only posting personal finance related material on this blog.
Thank you for your patience as I was going through this transition.
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