For passive income, my Mid-June is looking good so far.

Here is last months report if you want to compare:

I’m already making DIGITAL PRODUCT sales and it is only the second week. In addition, I’m improving my sales via Amazon affiliates.

Let’s get to the numbers on my Passive Income Journey here:

Patreon so far has paid me $65/month. It is one of my biggest winners. This is $2 less than last month, but that is okay, people come, and people go on PATREON. I’ve had one new member sign up already.

Google Adsense– $1.50. This is NOT looking good, as I was making $10 at one time. Google Adsense HAS been making some changes, such as no longer allowing you to customize fill rates for ads. I also know the company is reporting losses in advertising revenue. I’m sure this has SOME to do with these decreasing numbers; I am hoping it turns around soon!

Skillshare– $29.66. This is one of my biggest winners this month. Lots of views and new students on my course. The ironic part is I have not updated this course in NINE MONTHS. Maybe I need to get to work on uploading new content on SKILLSHARE, so I can make even more money.

Digital Products-$13 I went from ZERO last month to this so far. We are looking alright. I think my youtube videos are helping my music sales.

Amazon Affiliate-$2.82. Amazon has been a loser for me but I think I CAN improve. Once again, last month I made ZERO dollars from Amazon Affiliate, this month I’ve made three sales. This is the commission I’ve made. I need to sell higher ticket items, ha.

Dividends-$18.68. I’ve barely had any dividends come in so far, so I expect this number to climb. So far it’s just Bond Funds, Stanley Black & Decker, and Putnam Municipal Closed End Fund.


My mid-June total is $130.66

One of my short-term goals is to get this number above $200/month. I SERIOUSLY believe I can do this within the next few months. I am working hard, building my youtube followers, which in returns results in more conversions of digital products.

I also began contributing new money to my accounts again, so, I expect those dividends to start climbing once again. Yee haw!