My Sixth Month Blogging – Shaking Things Up

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Welcome to the recap of my sixth-month blogging! These are the updates where I share all the stats and progress of the Financial Pupil. The reason I do this is:

  1. Because nobody out there had any updates like this and I was always curious about the progress of other bloggers.
  2. To keep me accountable and push myself to strive harder.

In this post, I’ll run through a recap of the month, the new blogs I’ve published, and of course my stats for the month. Let’s dive right in.


If you’re an avid golfer in Ontario, Canada, you’ll already know this… but golf has finally re-opened! Those of you who know me know that golf is a huge part of my life. When golf courses shut down it put a serious halt to my hobbies, so I was extremely happy when I got the news.

As for actual blogging, this month I tried to focus more on writing posts that will help YOU as a reader. After all, that’s what Financial Pupil is all about: helping young adults succeed in their personal finances. So you’ll notice that a whole bunch of my posts center around the job-hunting process and how to make money while still in school.

Speaking of the job-hunting process, I’ve been employing some of my own advice and have started my networking. The field that I’m really interested in right now is finance! So this past month I’ve been reaching out on LinkedIn to various strangers (working in the financial industry) and asking to set up coffee chats. My funnel looks something like this:

  • Reach out to 20 people on LinkedIn
  • 3 respond and I chat with them
  • Set up a call and talk with 1

For pace, I’ve been posting consistently on Monday and Thursday and sticking with my plan. I’ve begun to fall into a steady routine where I know around how much time it will take me to write a blog post, and budget accordingly.

New Blogs Published

Here are the 7 blog posts which I published in the month of May:

Some fan favourites were:

Check them out and let me know if you had a topic you want to see covered!


May’s stats are finally starting to trend upward a bit! Honestly, I’m pretty happy as this month I’ve started to see more growth in organic searches. Here are Financial Pupil’s metrics from May 1 to May 31, 2021:

  • Visitors: 154
  • Views: 720
  • Comments: 6

My main sources of traffic were:

Thank You!

As always, thank you so much for following along and supporting the Financial Pupil. It means a ton to me and don’t feel hesitant to reach out for guest post opportunities or if you just want to connect.

My plans for June include ramping up my guest posts and also writing one book review… so stay tuned!

That’s all I have for you this month. Happy wealth building!

Thanks for reading through this update post about my sixth month blogging and thank you for following along! If you’re a Canadian Student, check out the Ultimate Canadian Student’s Guide to Personal Finance! To learn more about me, head over to this link here. If you want to get exclusive updates and tips, drop your email in the “get updates” box (might have to scroll up a bit.) Let me know your thoughts and suggestions in the comments!


  1. Congrats on 6 months! Keep going! (and going, and going, and going). Then go even further. haha. Being a successful blogger is mostly about outlasting everyone else 🙂


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