I got nothing done when I first started working from home. I would sleep in, watch daytime television, and have a hard time dragging myself away from the comfort of the sofa. After a few days of bumming around, I was feeling lazy and disappointed in myself.
I get quite a few comments and emails from readers wondering how they can start their own blog. This post is long overdue as I’ve been meaning to write it since the summer! I thought I would kick off the new year with this step-by-step guide for how to set up a self-hosted blog. (I’ll explain what self-hosted means and why it’s important in just a little bit.) Because there is so much information related to blogging (how to set up a blog, how to monetize, what to write about, how to attract readers, and so much more), I thought it would be best to give each topic its own blog post.
You’ve been busting your butt for months and now you’re finally ready to ask for that much-deserved raise. But… how? I get it. Asking your boss for more money is nerve-wracking. I’ve been there. And now I’m here to share the five exact steps I took to get my last raise!
One of my goals when I started this blog in September was to reach 100k pageviews a month within my first year of blogging. Well, guess what? I did it! Sometime between December and January, I hit 100k pageviews in 30 days. I love talking blog and am so excited to share with you how I reached 100k pageviews in less than 6 months!
Last year I sat my dad down and told him that I was quitting my job. Quitting your job? That’s right. I wanted to leave the safe and secure world of accounting. It was everything that my Chinese immigrant dad had ever wanted for me – job security and benefits. I was prepared to defend my decision, but to my surprise, I didn’t have to.
I made a few tweaks to my Adsense strategy in November and I am happy to report that December earnings more than doubled November’s! Whether you are a blogger, or just interested in reading about how Adsense works, I am so excited to share my Adsense tips with you!