Make an Extra $1K a Month Blogging Part-Time While Working Full-Time
Learn exactly how to make $1K every month with your blog while still working your 9-5.
Are you FINALLY ready to stop playing small and insecure and begin to build your blog and be your own boss?
Make $1,000 Every Month as a Part-time Blogger, Full-time Worker (Without Having to Work for Someone Else, Without Exchanging Time for Pay and Without Shelling Out Tons of Start-up Money)
“Learn exactly how to make $1K every month as a part-time blogger, full-time employee without having to work for someone else, without exchanging time for pay and without shelling out tons of start-up money.”
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Does this sound like you?
- You are not getting any younger and you KNOW that Social Security will not be enough to support you when you no longer work.
- You want to start saving for retirement, but have no idea how to start or where to start.
- You are getting older and realize that you if you don’t start preparing for retirement, you’ll be working way past the age of 65.
- All of the retirement jargon out there makes you feel stupid and not want to even start the discussion about retirement
- You see that you’ve been working for decades upon decades and you have NOTHING to show for your years of hard work and you want that to CHANGE right now.
- You want to break the cycle of women that retire with little to no savings
- You’ve been taking care of everyone and their mama when it comes to financial resources BUT have nothing set aside for when you are old and grey
- You like your steady paycheck but have always wanted to have a side business of your own and think blogging is the way to go.
- You want to minimize the risks of starting an online business by taking it slow and steady as a part-time blogger.
If you answered “YES” to any of the above, then you're in the right place.
The “Behind the Scenes” of The Frugal Feminista
I started blogging because I love writing, money, brown girls, and wanted to create an online community that I wanted to see. The thing is that I still enjoyed my 9-5 and wasn’t quite sold on the idea of jumping in the water without a safety net.
For a while, I thought that I was a punk for not quitting my job cold turkey to pursue my passion.
But after some soul-searching and a lot of advice from mentors, I soon realized four things:
- My full-time job was going to fund my passion until my passion could fund itself
- I loved the security of bi-monthly checks, the excitement and potential of entrepreneurship and that with time, I could have both.
- Businesses fail and fold prematurely because they don’t have enough seed money to sustain them through market ups and downs
- Black women pursue entrepreneurship at six times the national average but make on average the LOWEST profit gains-- $47,000 annually to be exact.
I realized that I wasn’t a sucka, I was smart. My one, one, full basket approach to part-time entrepreneurship and full-time employment will take me to the land of milk and honey, for sure.
The Frugal Feminista has been around for nearly three years. After the first year, I have easily been able to clear at least $1K a month in revenue
My blog has created at least four streams of income for me and NONE of them require me:
to clock-in at anybody’s office,
check-in with anybody’s boss,
or be stifled by anybody’s pay ceiling.
None of them.
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The Frugal Feminista has brought out the financial freedom fighter in me and I want to be able to share my secrets with you.
In the word of Beyoncé, I’m a grown woman.
If you want to bring $1K into your life on a monthly basis, let me help you.
The first 20 women to invest in the Make $1k a Month as Part-time Blogger, Full-time Worker webinar will receive:
- Bonus #1: 15-minute one-on-one clarity call which will be recorded and sent for you to use as a lifetime reference. (value: $500)
- Bonus #2: Access to a private FB community for 30 days to support your blog development (value: priceless)
- Bonus #3: Beginner blogger guide that helped me get focused when I just started out. It’s an oldie, but goodie! (value: priceless)
Kara makes talking about money, fear, and the future easy. I love that she speaks from her experiences, breaks things down so it’s easy to understand, and is so humble about her financial dopeness and knowledge.
Kara's work is so important for all of us. I love her website and everything she does. We NEED these conversations about prosperity and abundance.
Abiola Abrams, founder of Sacred Bombshell Academy
Recently, I told her that my goal for next year was to save $10,000. She told me to start with a CD so that I can't physically touch the money and I would be penalized if I take the money out too early. The work I am doing with Kara has helped my tremendously. It's a slow process but it's worth it.
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Kara Stevens is the founder of The Frugal Feminista, a personal finance and lifestyle blog and committed to empowering women to use money as a tool to fund their “juiciest” lives.
After climbing her way out of $65K worth of student loan and credit card debt, building up her financial reserves, and aggressively investing in equities, Kara soon saw the link between personal liberation, power, and financial freedom and wanted to inspire and educate other women around the increasing their financial acumen and financial self-confidence.
A teacher, historian, connector, and activist at heart, Kara wants to lead a “frugal feminista” revolution– to change the conversation between girlfriends, between husbands and wives, and between mothers and daughters.
Ms. Stevens is a native New Yorker and first-generation American via the beautiful island of Antigua. She possesses a BA in Political Science from Oberlin College, a MSEd in Bilingual Education from CUNY’s Hunter College and an EdM in Organizational Leadership from Columbia University’s Teachers College.
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