July Income – $3111.23

Here is a breakdown of my income for July.

Cash Back$52.35
Online Income$86.24
Mystery Shop$25
Ebay/Other Selling$77.13
Concert Ticket$45
Insurance Promo$25

July was a good earnings month since I had job income for the entire month.

Dividend income came in at $47.32. If you sign up using my Robinhood referral link we will both get one share of free stock. Thanks to anyone who signs up using my link. Every little bit helps.

I received $52.35 in cash back income. If you sign up for Rakuten using my referral link you can start earning cash back too and I’ll get a small bonus for referring you. These little bits of referral income help me keep the blog going.

Interest income was $5.59.

I had $86.24 in online income. I had to pay for a domain name renewal, and I received an Adsense payout this month. I probably won’t have any income or expense in this category this month.

Job income was the big source of income coming in at $2876.80 for the month.

Since I had to work, I was unable to attend the concert I bought a ticket for and was able to sell it back for $45. That was a tiny loss, but I need to count it as income for July since I counted it as an expense in June.

I also received $100 for doing a shuttle from the Branson airport to the Lake of the Ozarks. Finally, I received a $25 Amazon gift card for getting a car insurance quote.

It was nice to have a solid income month again. I’ve made back most of the money I spent during my last trip to Thailand. I’ll be heading to Thailand again next month, so I need to stockpile money before then. I should be working my document review job all this month so this should be another good income month. How was your month?

2 thoughts on “July Income – $3111.23”

  1. Loved reading and catching up on your blog, thanks for posting all these details.

    Do you feel more stress with the marriage and related responsibilities now? At some point your wife would move back with you to the US. People from Asia tend to be frugal and resourceful so depending on the person you might have a great ally. However, there is also the aspect of Asian culture where men are supposed to be the providers and women run the household.

    Also how are you doing on free time (or lack of it) with the job?

    • There isn’t really any added stress from the marriage. My wife is frugal and wants to work when she moves to the US. Most of the money she makes will go to her family and I’m fine with that. I can’t complain about a lack of free time due to the job since I’ll end up having worked only about half of the year. Thanks for the comment.


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