This post may contain affiliate links, which means if you click through and purchase something using my links, I receive a small commission. You can click here to read my disclosure policy 🙂 Thank you!
Are you curious what it’s like to start your own blog and/or become a virtual assistant, but your life is crazy busy and you feel like you don’t have time? I’ve talked a little bit before about what it’s like to be a virtual assistant, how to be a good one, and how you can fit blogging/side hustling into your busy life – but today I have an actual case study for you.
In this episode on Accio Debt Freedom (I co-host a debt pay off podcast with my friend – did you know?!), Liz (my co-host) interviews Kayla Sloan of 10KVA about how she went from a shoeaholic with over 100 pairs of shoes in her closet, and over $100,000 in debt, to her own boss. Now she makes over $10,000 a month and has so much work, she’s started her own course to train others how to be successful virtual assistants.
If it sounds too good to be true, I promise it is not. I started as a VA and freelance writer in my free time after work, several years ago. After only a short amount of time, I had so much work – it was amazing, because I would typically make $500-1000 a month on top of my regular income. I was paying off debt (oh, and paying off a wedding!) like a crazy person.
Eventually, I decided I wanted to work for myself, and now I run this blog full-time plus a bunch of other work managing others’ blogs. I’ve moved from a virtual assistant to more of a “content manager” (basically, a Blog CEO) – making much more money than I did at my old job and doing it all from home.
Start Earning More Money
Enter your information below to gain access the FREE Ultimate List of Side Hustles
What I’m saying is, it’s possible! If you’re curious about what it takes to become a VA, how Kayla did it, and how she’s paying off her debt while running her own business, take a listen to this podcast episode.
It’s a super short episode – plus, there’s a coupon code for $50 off Kayla’s 10KVA course, so make sure you take a look at that too!
Do you have any questions about what it’s like or the time commitment involved in being a VA? Let me know in the comments!