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Third Income Report: How I Earned $1,134.25 Blogging in April

May 1, 2017

I constantly think back to the conversation with my friend last year, when she asked me if I made money from my personal blog. The personal blog that served as an emotional outlet as I coped with feeling homesick after making the decision to move and change careers. My answer to her was a simple “no,” but in my head I thought, what?! You can make money blogging?!?! I became obsessed with the idea because I’ve had a growing affinity for writing since Montessori school where I wrote short, two-sentence stories. I feel nervous, but excited, to release my third income report and share my blogging numbers for April.

A part of me feels weird about sharing this income report as my numbers continue to grow. Another part knows that people (like myself) learn by seeing how others accomplish their goals.

After all, if other bloggers did not post their income reports, I would not have started this blog. Reading those income reports inspired me to start a profitable blog of my own. Starting this blog turned out to be an incredible journey. It serves as a creative outlet for me and gives me so much to be excited about with each day. While it’s a lot of work, I never feel like I’m working.

The best part? Blogging for business is more than just writing. As a blogger, you are also your own social media manager. And your own graphic designer. You are your blog’s chief creative. Business manager. The list goes on and it’s freaking impressive.

Without further adieu, let’s get into how I earned $1,134.25 blogging in April.

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Disclaimers

Because programs each have different payout terms or minimum payouts, bloggers report their income in (primarily) two different ways.

Some bloggers report their income as it enters their bank account. Others report their income as they earn it.

I choose to report my income as I earn it. This helps me identify what is a successful (or unsuccessful) month. That way, I can specifically target what works and areas of improvement.

Another important disclosure is I chose to report my Awin income as it is tracked. My Awin income, which is the highest amount of income for the month, will take a significantly longer time to reach my bank account.

All commissions resulted from my efforts in April, which is why I’m including them in this report.

Top Posts in April

Total Page Views in April: 10,120 (I messed up and accidentally restarted my Analytics account, so this is my first full month recorded on Google Analytics)

What I Accomplished in April

This is difficult for me to write because I feel like I didn’t accomplish much in terms of goals I set last month. But, I still:

  • Used Hootsuite to schedule social media posts (primarily on Twitter).
  • Paid for an annual subscription to Tailwind and added pins from my tribe to be scheduled. If you blog about Lifestyle, Travel or Blogging, add your pins to my Tailwind Tribe! (it’s a free way to increase your Pinterest exposure!)
  • Added a Media.net advertisement to the bottom of two posts. It’s weird because as far as I can tell, media.net only updates you on your revenue for every 1,000 impressions. But I like the minimal advertisements they present. Depending on my experience, I may switch back to Google Adsense after I reach their payout minimum of $100. We’ll see.
  • Landed my first blog coaching client. I worked with Trisha from We Ate Well to install a WordPress theme, design a logo, set up blog categories, and improve her photos. I wrote her a report with targeted areas of improvement and I’m seriously so excited on how she really stepped up her blogging game in a matter of days.
  • Participated in my first two Twitter chats! I participated in the #GRLPOWR and #BloggersTribe Twitter chats this past week. It was a great way to make connections with other bloggers and expand my audience (even if by just a little bit).
Social Media

I was happy to see the way my social media following grew, too.

  • Pinterest (aimed for 750): 524 -> 750 Goal for May: 900
  • Facebook (aimed for 250): 206 -> 234 Goal for May: 250
  • Twitter (aimed for 250): 210 -> 290 Goal for May: 350
  • Instagram (aimed for 450): 433 -> 466 Goal for May: 500
  • Bloglovin (no goal here…yet!): 87 followers

If I reach these goals, I will finally be able to pitch to brands saying I have 2,000 combined followers across social media channels. It doesn’t feel like much compared to the thousands and thousands other bloggers have. But, this will be a significant milestone for me!

Income for April

Blog Coaching: $50.00 (If you feel like you need a little direction as far as blogging goes, contact me and we can talk about rates based on your needs.)

Awin: $900.00 (I definitely recommend joining Awin due to their partnerships with Etsy, Trusted Housesitters, Swagbucks, and Fiverr. It’s $5 to sign up, but you can get the $5 back in its entirety when you receive your first payment.)

Share-a-Sale: $16.00

Siteground: $50.00 (Do you want to start a self-hosted, money-making blog, too? Use this link to get a 60% discount on your first hosting plan!)

LendEDU: $40.00 (LendEDU’s free, three-minute application to compare student loan refinancing rates doesn’t even affect your credit. Read this article to learn more about student loans.)

Grammarly: $1.80 (I’m proud of my writing, but Grammarly has helped me immensely! Read this article to learn more about how to improve your writing with Grammarly. Or sign up for Share-a-Sale to partner with companies like Grammarly!)

Trusted Housesitters: $0.50 (I signed up with Trusted Housesitters through Awin!)

Maven: $6.00 (You basically get money by pinning products to boards using Maven.)

Media.net advertisements: $4.42

Etsy: $2.33 (I signed up with Etsy through Awin! I love Etsy products and I’m so excited about promoting my favorite shops in various ways.)

Amazon Affiliates: $0.60

Sponsored Campaigns: $5.10

Ebates: $0 (Although I did not earn from Ebates this month, others have signed up for their first $10! You have to make a purchase to get that free $10 from Ebates into your bank account.)

Tailwind: $2.50 + $30 credit (Click here to sign up for Tailwind so you can start using Tailwind Tribes…for free!)

Boardbooster: $5 credit (This is my faaaavorite Pinterest scheduler and it’s made focusing on my blog so much easier. Their plans start out at $5 per month, and you can try it for free!)

Airbnb: $20 travel credit (Sign up with Airbnb to get $40 travel credit towards your next trip! This credit never expires so if you haven’t signed up, use this link to claim your $40 travel credit.)

Total Income: $1,134.25

Expenses

Hosting through Siteground: $0.00 (prepaid the $3.95 for this month)
G+ suite for Business: $5.00
Boardbooster: $5.00
Tailwind: $74.88 (pre-payment for an annual subscription, minus referral credits)

Total Expenses: $84.88

Affiliate Programs I Want to Focus On

  • Amazon Affiliates: I’d really like to increase my revenue from Amazon Affiliates. I started by writing an International Travel Packing List full of items I purchased for our trip to France this month. Depending on how this post turns out, I’ll have to keep brainstorming ways to improve my Amazon Affiliate revenue. If you have any advice or articles to share about this, leave them in the comments!
  • EbatesI also want to find ways to promote Ebates. I think it’s a great way to get cash back when you shop online, and every penny counts! I earned cash back on items I purchased for our trip to France. Quite a few have signed up, but the hardest part is waiting for them to make their first purchase. But Ebates does give you $10 for free when you make a purchase, on top of the cash back they’ll give you! It’s basically free money you’re missing out on if you don’t use it!
  • LendEDU: I’ve heard so much great feedback on how effortless LendEDU’s free, three-minute application is. They basically take a little bit of information and show you what student loan refinancing rates you could qualify for on other websites. Oftentimes the rates are lower than the interest you have, and LendEDU’s application doesn’t affect your creditIt’s amazing how much you can save simply by refinancing (hint: it can be thousands of dollars), and LendEDU does the grunt work for you – at no cost to you!

Important Takeaways

  • People enjoy reading posts about money. As you’ll see from my top posts this month, I’ve received a majority of my page views from posts about money. So I need to keep this in mind as I brainstorm posts in the future.
  • You have to spend money to make money. I really hesitated before dropping the $74.88 for my annual Tailwind subscription. But it’s investments like this that will allow me to spend less time on Pinterest and more time focusing on other blog tasks. But it’s totally okay to start out blogging on a budget (here are free blogging tools that I use).
  • Consistent social media presence is important. Through social media schedulers like Boardbooster and Tailwind, I have a consistent Pinterest presence. By scheduling tweets in advance and tagging retweet accounts, I’m constantly expanding my audience there. I also try my best to post on Facebook groups daily in order to make connections, help others out, and promote. Promotion via social media is key when it comes to getting your content seen.

Goals for May

I have so many goals for this blog! And given that I’m leaving the country for over two weeks, I don’t know how much I’ll accomplish. But, I’m going to outline my goals so that I can continue to grow my blog.

  • Stay active on social media. I want to keep focusing on social media. Even though I’ll be out of the country for the first two weeks, I want to either schedule posts in the morning before we go out, or schedule them in the evening when we return to the Airbnb.
  • Reformat Blogging Resources Library. This is something I strove to do in April, but alas failed. I’d like to make the effort to reformat my blogging resources library this month.
  • Launch a Facebook group. Yes. That’s right. I’m launching a Facebook group. No, it’s not another blogging group (I’ll save that for this Lifestyle & Travel Network group). If you’re a goal-getting millennial, subscribe to my email list to get the details once this group is launched.
  • Start mini-blogging on Facebook. I noticed my posts with the most engagement tell a story. I don’t need to promote a post every day. But I’d like to start sharing stories. Maybe I’ll start with once or twice a week and go from there. It will be how I add another level of connection to my followers on Facebook.
  • Rewrite older, high-performing posts. There are some posts I wrote when I first started blogging that bring in views, but don’t keep people on my blog. They’re subpar and I’d like to rewrite them to improve viewer experience and blog stats.
  • Create opt-in banners. I created my first opt-in banner for my International Packing Essentials list. I’d like to create more banners for my posts to promote my free printables/resources and grow my e-mail list at the same time.

Related Blogging Posts

First of all, thank you for joining me on my blogging journey! Check out these posts for other blogging tips and advice:

Or, browse the Blogging archives.

She did what?! Read about how this #GIRLBOSS built her blogging empire and earned over $1,100 in her THIRD month of blogging. | monthly income report, make money blogging, monetize your blog, blog for business, solopreneur success storiesMost importantly, remember that blogging is definitely a “learn-as-you-go” activity. At first, you might feel overwhelmed by the tasks you have to conquer. After my first month, I can confidently say that to build a successful blog, you first need to conquer your fears and stop worrying!

Starting a blog can be intimidating. In fact, I felt apprehensive before I started this blog. So many questions ran through my head. Would people think I’m weird? What if I’m unsuccessful? Now, in retrospect, I’m only overwhelmed by all the fantastic, positive support I received!

Even better, blogging is a great way to make money on the side. You can really turn your play-thing into a pay-thing. To learn how to start your own blog, use this guide. Or, you can jump start and use my link to sign up for web hosting at only $3.95 per month!

Considering starting a blog? Or, are you already blogging? What are your goals for the upcoming month?


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45 Comments

  • Kellie

    Your blog posts are so helpful and awesome! I am happy to be on this journey with you!
    I have an amazon affiliate act but can’t manage to find the right link to add to my blog, do you have insight?
    I also want to try AWIN asap and I need to focus on my pinterest, I have not utilized that to grow my blog.
    Thanks or these tips, I am going to chose a few to focus on for May!
    Have a great day!
    Kellie
    http://www.thebicoastalbeauty.com
    ig; thebicoastalbeauty.com

    May 1, 2017 at 8:09 am Reply
    • Krista

      Hey Kellie! I am happy to be on the journey with you too! Thanks for sharing some of your goals!! I think it’s definitely easiest to choose a few to focus on and brainstorm areas to improve.

      Do you have your Amazon Affiliate account connected to your Amazon account? When I connected mine, they added the affiliate “Site Stripe” bar to the top of every page. So I use that to get my text and image links.

      Otherwise, after you sign in to your Amazon Affiliate account, under Product Linking select Product Links. Then search for the item you want to promote. You should find the yellow Get Links button easily after that!

      May 1, 2017 at 8:46 am Reply
  • Alvin Lau

    Hey Krista, you’re really killing it!

    $1,000 on your 3rd month is what I can only dream of. I just started Awin about a month ago after reading your article on affiliate networks. Haven’t earned from referrals yet. Hopefully soon!

    May 1, 2017 at 9:23 am Reply
    • Krista

      Thank you so much, Alvin! I’m happy to have found your website and can’t wait to follow along on your progress.

      May 1, 2017 at 9:24 am Reply
  • Brittnee

    Thanks for sharing your tips! I just started Awin and I’m still trying to figure it out but I’m hoping I can see great usage of this site. Do you have any insight or resources on Awin?

    Your posts are definitely inspiring because my monetization journey is just starting. It’s helpful to see someone similar versus someone with 300k followers. Happy May, can’t wait to see how your goals play out. Subscribing, of course!

    May 1, 2017 at 9:24 am Reply
    • Krista

      Hey Brittnee! I don’t have any resources for Awin. But if you are an affiliate with Etsy (although this could apply with other affiliates too), you could make use of Pinterest by promoting some products there (just remember to include a disclaimer). Here is one example of a pin that has earned me Etsy commission.

      May 1, 2017 at 9:30 am Reply
  • Sheila Joy

    Wow, such an inspiration! One thing I need to focus this month on is learning more about affiliate marketing, thanks for all the tips and resources!

    http://www.insearchofsheila.com

    May 1, 2017 at 9:39 am Reply
    • Krista

      Yay! You are so welcome girl. Affiliate marketing seems intimidating at first, but it’s totally fun once you get into it! Haha!

      May 1, 2017 at 3:59 pm Reply
  • Ebony

    Yaaaay! Krista, I’m so proud of you! You are such and inspiration to the newbies everywhere! 🙂 Keep pushing you are doing great my friend!

    May 1, 2017 at 9:45 am Reply
    • Krista

      Thank you so, so much Ebony! Can’t wait to get nerdy and talk blogger things with you when you get the opportunity to visit Colorado!

      May 1, 2017 at 4:00 pm Reply
  • Kim Galeta

    Awesome!! Can’t wait to 1) get to your level and 2) learn more about your FB group! I really need to check out Awin as well, thanks for sharing!

    May 1, 2017 at 10:06 am Reply
    • Krista

      Girl, thanks so much for the comment! Yay I think you’ll be a PERFECT fit for the Facebook group I’m planning! Not only are you inspirational yourself, but you post inspirational content. Cheers!

      May 1, 2017 at 4:06 pm Reply
  • Cece

    I actually started my first blog a few months ago, and due to a recent diagnosis, I had to put it on the back burner. Reading your blog today was meant to be. It’s given me a new feeling. IDK what! LOL, but I am grateful to have come across your post today! Thank you for giving me the motivation to go HAM on my blog!! I have definitely become a new subscriber! Keep up the good work!!

    May 1, 2017 at 10:15 am Reply
    • Krista

      Hey Cece, thanks for your comment. Oh my gosh girl! YES! Now is the time to start your blog. I’m so so so excited that you are so pumped and motivated!! Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions.

      May 1, 2017 at 4:07 pm Reply
  • meixii

    Thank you for taking time out to write this extremely informative post! You are my newest and latest inspiration! I have recently jumped on the amazon affiliate marketing bandwagon, however I don’t seem to be raking in any clicks. I’m not sure if its due to an issue with my blog content, or I just simply do not have enough readers.

    If you have time, would you have a look at my blog and let me know what you think? Criticisms are definitely welcome!
    http://thiscache.blogspot.com

    Thank you <3

    May 1, 2017 at 10:30 am Reply
    • Krista

      Hey girl! Great blog. Have you thought about monetizing those most popular posts you have on the sidebar? Also, what ways do you promote your blog on social media? This post is my ten-step process to making money blogging (it’s a guide that will help you make commissions this month).

      If you’d like some of my deeper advice, I help bloggers create a full-on business strategy for their blog. Feel free to use my contact form to reach out to me about that.

      May 1, 2017 at 4:04 pm Reply
      • meixii

        Hmm, I’m not too sure how to go about monetizing my posts. I have read your post here, and you mentioned so so many methods of making money. A dollar here and a dollar there, it all adds up. But I feel a little overwhelmed with so many sources of income and information placed in front of me. Hahaha somehow, when I am given so much information, I kinda get lost in the process.

        So far, I have been on facebook, and I started a page for my blog (http://facebook.com/thiscache). I also joined the facebook group (Boost Your Blog), and that’s how I found you! I am also starting on pinterest (https://www.pinterest.com/thiscache), and I have joined various group boards. I am also trying to start my own group board to help other bloggers as well. And lastly, I am on Instagram. I’m not too sure if my attempts on Instagram is even useful, because there aren’t many blog views coming from there.

        May 3, 2017 at 9:10 am Reply
        • Krista

          That’s great! I understand where you’re coming from – it’s easier to go step by step. So maybe take one step of that guide, focus on mastering it, then move onto the next step.

          As for Instagram, it’s different for every blogger. I only have 400-500 followers on Instagram so I am not qualified to give advice. But, I don’t always promote in my posts. I try to stay SOMEWHAT active (posting 1-2 times per week and updating my story). This builds my connection with my readers. Then when I have something to direct my followers to, I do this via story or a post. I see a few redirects from Insta when I do so, but not a significant amount.

          If you think about blogging in a business sense, building those connections matter. However when you’re just starting out and overwhelmed by everything, do NOT spread yourself too thin. I chose a couple social media platforms to master before moving onto the next.

          xoxo

          May 3, 2017 at 1:49 pm Reply
  • Heidi

    Wow – this is amazing! Do you have any suggestions for facebook groups that allow you to post your posts? This is something I am trying to concentrate on now! I just finished my second month and haven’t earned anything yet! My traffic is no where near yours. I’m hopeful!

    May 1, 2017 at 10:50 am Reply
    • Krista

      Hey Heidi! My favorite facebook groups are:
      Boost Your Blog,
      Lifestyle & Travel Blog Network (there are two blog-specific promotion threads during the week),
      Brand It Society (there is one promotion thread per week), and
      Blogstart (daily promotion/blog comment threads)

      I love love love Facebook groups and am excited to hear that you’re focusing on them this month!

      May 1, 2017 at 4:10 pm Reply
  • Alicia

    Hey Krista,
    Ahah ! At last some honest posting about wins with blogs (or at least I feel like you were being honest ^^). Thankyou for sharing ! It seems to be a full time job though ;-). how much time do you blog per day/week ?
    La bise
    Alicia

    May 1, 2017 at 11:48 am Reply
    • Krista

      Alicia,
      Definitely not forging numbers here. I try to be transparent and answer every question asked. Plus I am very clear in my disclaimer how my income is being reported.

      I only blog once per week. As a side hustle, not full time. I type pretty quickly (per 100% of my coworkers) and writing comes somewhat naturally to me… I consider my English writing background to be very strong.

      But I do put in a lot of time for my blog. I’m very concentrated. Haven’t calculated hours but it only takes me 1-3 hours total to write a post. Another 1-2 hours to format and edit. The rest (let’s say 15 hours which is generous) can be devoted to responding to comments and promotion via social media.

      May 3, 2017 at 1:52 pm Reply
  • Cheryl van den Berg

    I am also a ‘newbie’ in the exciting world of blogging! I have used a divine lady from FIVERR to asssit me with my website. In hindsight I shouldn’t have wasted a month trying to do it on my own! Look forward to following you!

    May 1, 2017 at 2:31 pm Reply
  • Aimehio Vez Iyeke

    SO PROUD OF YOU BAE <3

    May 1, 2017 at 2:45 pm Reply
  • Katherine

    This is SO SO awesome girl! It’s so inspiring to see someone double down on their strengths and focus like this. Your traffic is also incredible – definitely shows you are targeting the right platforms and the right places.

    May 1, 2017 at 3:36 pm Reply
  • Aga | worlderingaround

    Hi Krista, thanks for that post! I’m new to all of that and I’m mostly focusing at growing my blog and managing social media (which takes so much time)! But maybe I should have a look at those money tips as well 🙂

    May 1, 2017 at 3:36 pm Reply
    • Krista

      Hi Aga! Yes! Definitely look into monetizing your blog. In my opinion, it’s never too soon, because all bloggers should be rewarded for their efforts!

      May 19, 2017 at 7:18 am Reply
  • Olivia

    I’m so happy for you!! Your such an inspiration for all the new bloggers out there! Can’t wait to see the income report for next month! Keep it up! 😊

    May 1, 2017 at 9:57 pm Reply
  • Xueqiuxia

    Nice post. I am considering how to monetize my blog recently, I only know about Google adsense, and have repeated failures for apply. However, I see u didn’t use Google adsense, I want to know why and is the Affiliate programs u listed trustworthy?

    My Blog: http://www.xueqiuxia.com
    I wish you can look at my blog and hear your comments

    May 2, 2017 at 5:49 am Reply
    • Krista

      Hey there, and thanks for your comment!

      I actually talked about why I removed Google Adsense from my blog in my second income report. I switched to Media.net ads because they are easier (for me) to use, and I like only having them up on certain posts.

      The affiliate programs listed are all trustworthy ones I use! Awin itself is recommended on Etsy’s website, which is how I found them.

      If you’re interested in my blog consultation services, feel free to contact me and we can discuss rates!

      May 19, 2017 at 7:17 am Reply
  • Danielle

    Girl!!!! I am so so proud of you! You are an inspiration to me for my blog 🙂 I will continue to work hard just like you! Thanks for being just a great blogger friend. Congrats on your amazing accomplishments this month! Have fun in Europe!

    May 2, 2017 at 8:11 am Reply
  • Chee Yang

    Congratz Krista! I was having a hard time generating traffic to my site but I will prolly try out Pinteret. Heard great things about it. How did you track the page views for each post through google analytics? Do you place specific tracking code on each blog post? Looking forward to your next income report.

    Cheers.

    May 6, 2017 at 9:23 am Reply
    • Krista

      Hi Chee,

      I did not place a specific code on each post. When I installed Google Analytics, I simply followed a guide. I also use the WordPress Analytics plugin which helps embed every page with my Analytics code. It tracks every page view from there!

      May 9, 2017 at 2:45 am Reply
  • Sea + Terra

    This is SO helpful, thank you so much! Just curious, when do you think it is best to apply for AWIN? Is there a certain amount of page views. etc? I should consider before applying?

    May 8, 2017 at 11:41 am Reply
    • Krista

      Hey girl! You are so welcome. Actually, I applied for Awin when I first started my blog. It took 2 months before I got approved to Etsy’s program though because they look for blogs that have more substance than a new blog. Other programs (including Swagbucks and Fiverr) did approve me though. Hope this helps!

      May 9, 2017 at 2:41 am Reply
      • Sea + Terra

        please please please do a post on how you made so much with Awin! There are few resources online for that and i think it would bring alot of traffic to your blog and help out others! <3

        May 17, 2017 at 7:34 am Reply
        • Krista

          I’ll definitely write something up to send to my e-mail list. I’ll try to get this out within the next few weeks!

          May 18, 2017 at 12:49 pm Reply
  • Melissa @ Think About Such Things

    Read through all your income reports! So inspiring 🙂 I’m a new blogger..only 3 weeks old and this really give me hope! Thank you for sharing!

    May 12, 2017 at 10:25 pm Reply
  • Gina Fox

    Great post Krista! This is really helpful. I am in my third week of blogging and am still figuring out the whole system, trying to grow my network and really just started researching affiliate blogging. Loved reading this!

    May 17, 2017 at 6:25 pm Reply
  • Belle

    I’ve been blogging inconsistently for over a year now. And recently posted my annual blog Income/traffic report. Motivated by other bloggers transparency. I really appreciate yours.

    Where can I join Media.net affiliate program?

    May 17, 2017 at 7:57 pm Reply
    • Krista

      Hey Belle! You can actually sign up to join the Media.net affiliate program at http://affiliate.media.net. Whenever I’m looking for an affiliate program, I normally Google “(company) affiliate program”.

      May 19, 2017 at 7:19 am Reply
  • Afra

    Thanks for this Krista. I tried to comment on your posts on FB and by PM but maybe you had too many comments and mine got lost in there. So I started blogging in November, but have been really active for about 4 of the 7 months now. I am really trying to monetize the blog but get so lost on how to do so. I try to provide valuable meaningful content but still seem to earn nothing with AD’s etc. How can I drive more traffic to my blog/posts?

    May 18, 2017 at 3:39 pm Reply
    • Krista

      Hey there Afra! Sorry about that. Sometimes I don’t see messages from people outside my friends list on Facebook.

      I’ve written a couple posts about how I use social media to drive traffic to my blog:
      Drive Traffic with Pinterest
      Drive Traffic with Facebook Groups

      Hope this helps! Good luck with your blogging goals!

      May 18, 2017 at 4:15 pm Reply
  • Team up Girl

    OH MY…. Ok, I admit, I didn’t read every word of this post but only because I was SO AMAZED what is this blog about !!! This is so cool and inspiring and I am so happy for you 🙂 I, myself, don’t know yet, if I want to actually make money with my blog (I might laugh about this one, one day), but it’s definitely a great perspective on it. I got very excited about Awin! Thank you and congrats girls!!! You rock!

    June 7, 2017 at 3:53 pm Reply
  • Britt

    Great job rocking your blog like a business!
    Britt | http://alternativelyspeaking.ca/

    June 13, 2017 at 6:26 pm Reply
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