Time flies so fast, and it is now the first day of October. Please see below for my Monthly Update – September 2020 edition.
I had two lovely individuals (John and Patrick) who each wrote a guest post for me on my site. Check them out here:
I had one sponsored post with CheckOutPlan.com. It was a great experience. If you are interested in learning more about the company, check out the post You Don’t Have to be a Zillionaire to Leave a Lasting Legacy with CheckOutPlan!
If you are interested in collaborating with me, feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or reach out to me on Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn. To see a sample of options that I offer, head to “Work with Me!” page.
I wrote one article for Ladders on ways to handle different types of managers. Check it out!
Below are some basic blog stats. They are by no means impressive, but they motivate me to keep on making this blog better.
- Twitter followers: 741 (+196, vs. 545 in previous month)
- Pinterest followers: 190 (+30, vs. 160 in previous month)
- Instagram followers: 21 (+3, vs. 18 in previous month)
I have finally decided to upgrade to Tailwind Plus. I’d like to give it a try for a year, and see how it goes. So far, the automatic scheduling feature has definitely made my life easier.
To all my readers and followers, thank you so much for dropping by and for following my accounts. To all of those who have liked, commented and retweeted anything I have published, thank you very much for all your support. For all the brands that I have collaborated with, thank you very much.
My top 3 articles for the month
- 30 Things to Do Alone at Home
- Things I have Stopped Buying
- Writer’s Block: 12 Things to Do to Overcome It
To dos for October
- Continue improving my social media engagement.
- Drive traffic by consistently delivering good quality content and promoting more often
I have done some good work in the month of September, but I feel like I slacked off a little bit in terms of social media. I need to work on growing my online presence, so my voice can be heard more. There is still a long way ahead, but with hard work and dedication, I will have something to show.
Thank you so much for all the people that have supported and inspired me. I am incredibly grateful.
Bella Wanana is a freelance writer. She is the owner of bellawanana.com, a personal finance and lifestyle blog. She loves sharing with her readers the best tips and tricks on personal finance and how to live a balanced but fulfilling life. She has been featured on sites like MSN.com, Reader’s Digest, The Financial Diet, Yahoo Finance, and GOBankingRates.