Every month I publish the passive income that I’ve received through dividend growth investing. As most of you guys know I do this to for two main reasons. On the one hand I hope that disclosing my progress to a wider audience keeps me both accountable and motivated, while on the other hand I also wish to inspire others to follow a similar journey.
The past couple of weeks I’ve been missing in action in our community. The consistent flow of articles and active engagement on other blogs has dropped to historically low levels because I have been overly busy at work and because of the great weather outside. While that bothers me, I’m glad to report that one thing remains unchanged: dividends.
Two weeks ago I wrote about the Win for Life lottery in Belgium and how to build your own Win for Life fund. As you all know, I’ve been doing so since August of last year, when I purchased my first individual dividend growth stocks. Since then I’ve kept close tabs on all dividends hitting my account and today I’d like to once again share my progress towards building a sustainable passive income stream that covers all my living expenses.
Today being Labour Day or International Worker’s Day, is there a more suiting moment to review free-of-work income? To me there certainly isn’t. That’s why I’d once again like to share my passive dividend income with you guys. I do this every month for the sake of transparency, but also to keep myself motivated.
Dividends. That’s what March was all about. There are few things that get me riled up like seeing a ton of dividend payments pour into my investment accounts, but this month might have overdone it a little bit. Like a small child counting the amount of presents under the Christmas tree every day until the 25th of December, I kept a close eye on my dividends. Let’s see why!