SDH 278: From $40,000 in Student Loan Debt to Earning $100,000 a Month with Michelle Schroeder-Gardner


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    Michelle Schroeder-Gardner is the founder of Making Sense of Cents, a personal finance website that helps readers learn how to save more, earn money, and live more. She currently earns over $100,000 a month from her blogging business and shows no signs of slowing down. She currently travels full-time with her husband and two dogs in a sailboat. She used to have $40,000 in student loan debt and was struggling, living paycheck to paycheck. She paid off her student loan debt by the age of 24.

    Michelle runs a personal finance website as well as an affiliate marketing course for bloggers. On her blog Making Sense of Cents, she talks about different ways to make extra money, the best ways to save money, achieving your dream life, travel, and more.

    In this episode, you will...

    • Find out what made Michelle take the leap

    • Learn more about blogging

    • Hear about Michelle's strategy over the years

    • Find how to dedicate time to something you really love to do

    • Discover how her blogging and business evolved

    "In the beginning it was more about making more income, increasing my subscribers and stuffs like that, but today it's more about trying to find ways to make the business more passive and just having a better work-life balance in general."

    Making Sense of Cents
    Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing

    Check out -> Six-Figure Blogger Course

    (I found a ton of value from this course on how to create opt-ins and the strategy behind adding value to my people aka YOU!)


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