Where Did February Go?
I have been a busy bee listing items on eBay (my day job) and moving websites from Weebly to WA! I have not done much training as of late, but am back in the game! Better late than never. Today is March 9th, 2020. Where did February go?
And then there are taxes. I do my own, with the help of Turbo Tax. All my info is entered and now I'm just making little tweaks and reviewing. I do a Schedule C for my eBay business. Last year, my partner and I rented out our house on AirBnB and VRBO for 9 1/2 months and so I'm doing the business taxes for that, which includes filing by mid March and producing a K-1 for that biz.
All part of the life of a self-employed, do-it-yourselfer! Thank goodness, all my PayPal and eBay transactions are automatically imported to my GoDaddy Bookkeeping app. I couldn't live without it! For the house rental, I had a separate checking account, so all my transactions were in one place. Another good thing to do!
And so, once I file everything, I will have more time for WA! I still have the ideas, passion and energy, just a bit less time! I try to schedule 2 hours a day to reading comments, commenting on posts, doing a little social media for my eBay and Poshmark listings.
Move Stuff Around the Universe
I also have been trying to organize, donate extra stuff and continue to "move stuff around the universe" as I like to say! As a serial consignment seller, so many friends and clients offer me stuff all the time. I am getting a little bit better at saying no and finding top tier items to list and sell!
Today I sold: a Maria Sharapova Tennis Week mini poster, a Red Fox plush stuffed animal, a collectible Golden Gate Bridge plastic cup from the 50th Anniversary, a West Side Story color lobby card with Natalie Wood, a Pablo Picasso print, a 1990s In Style Magazine with Sandra Bullock on the cover and a lot of World's Fair Expo T-shirts. It met my criteria of $100 in sales, but I'm trying to double my own goals to really make some money.
I listed a few higher priced items today: a Scottie Pipen 1998 Chicago Bulls jersey (new with tags), an American Girl Doll Patio Furniture Set, a Nikon battery pack. These items could possibly bring in about 1K! I am happy to keep going through my piles of unlisted items to find these type of gems!
So back to my writing and training and moving forward. Each day allows me to create new ways to make money! There will always be things in the middle of the path, which may slow my WA plan down. I am still on my journey to make affiliate money! One task at a time, one day at a time!
How is your WA plan working for you these days?