Sunday, 4 February 2018

Passive Income of January2018

Hi All,
I felt like January was never going to end. But it did and we are in February already.
Life just goes on. Everyday is a new day with new challenges. This year, I am learning to make nice whitening trays. 
Hopefully, I will find more time to spend on blog. 
It is that time to check the passive income. 
Our two TFSAs, RRSPs and one non registered account together blessed me $526.49. 
It is way better than last January
I still pack my lunch to work. Sometimes, I am just lazy and do use the dryer for laundry. 
I forced my husband to clean the Dyson so that it can work more effectively.  The big purchase for myself was a winter jacket. It was on sale. I really needed one and was thinking about it for couple of years. The next big purchase will be a winter boot: I need one with more grip on the ice. 
What is the best time to search for a winter boot? February or March? What you guys think?

7 comments:

  1. Congrats on your increase year over year!

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  2. Wow nice pell thats a massive increase over last year. Congrats!

    As for the boots i dunno exactly but i bought a new winter coat at winners in the beginning of january and the price was already slashed to clear out.

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  3. Nice increase there! In fact, earning that much in a month is great.

    I am slowly diving into dividend investing more of than before. Certainly the markets in the past few days haven't helped but I think the overall direction of the stock market is iffy from my perspective.

    Check out some of the income holdings, and royalty holdings on TSX. I am looking at PZA, AW.UN, DR (all tickers on TSX with great yields and solid fundamentals).

    I am going to write an article soon as you requested few months ago on the above as well.. :)

    Happy 2018!

    PAI

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  4. Nice dividends mate! Almost 200% growth. March/April should be a good time for winter wear.

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  5. Over $500/month in dividends is a great deal! That will help to pay the bills in times when you need the money! Keep up the good work!

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