Today, I’m going to share with you how I earned my first $1,000 blogging. A little over a year ago (Feb. 2016), I started my blog as a hobby. I’m learning more and more each day how it all works. I didn’t really know how one could make a living as a blogger. I understand a … Read moreHow I Earned My First $1,000 Blogging
If you’ve ever contemplated the idea of becoming an Uber and/or Lyft driver, I’m about to give you a realistic look at how much you can expect to earn (figures are from the D.C. Metro area). As a side hustle / learning experience, I signed up to be an Uber and Lyft driver in the Northern … Read moreHow Much Do Uber/Lyft Drivers Make?
Last month, we set a goal of paying off the mortgage by 2020 and to have a net worth of at least $1M by 2025. Each month, I’ll be posting an update on the progress of the goal. Mortgage progress: Over the first month, we were able to pay down $4,824 towards the mortgage, which … Read moreMarch 2016 Goal Progress: Update #1
I’ve now given 51 rides as an Uber driver and about 9 as a Lyft driver. Let’s do an analysis on my Uber earnings to see what you could expect to earn as a driver in the DC metro area (specifically Fairfax, VA, a suburb of DC). Total earnings: $559.04 Earnings from driving: $409.04 Total hours online: 21.6 … Read moreI’ve Given 50+ Rides as an Uber Driver. Here’s How It Went.
Lately, I’ve been getting a lot of personal finance questions from 20-somethings, so I decided to come up with a list of 10 personal finance tips. Here they are: 1. Get out of debt and stay out. If you’re in your 20s, chances are you have at least one of these forms of debt: car payments, student … Read more10 Personal Finance Tips for 20-somethings from a 30 year old
For the past three nights, after my son went down to sleep, I went out for a few hours to drive for Uber. Before I started, I figured I would quit after one day after seeing what’s it’s like, but it’s been really fun! Last night, I drove into D.C. for the first time as … Read moreI Started Driving For Uber (and Lyft) And You Can Too!
If you want to make God laugh, tell him about your plans. – Woody Allen In my previous post, I mentioned my goal of achieving financial independence (FI) by 2025, but I truly believe that, ultimately, my plans are in God’s hands. With that being said, I also believe that if we are good stewards … Read moreThe Strategy and The Current State of Affairs