If you remember my post from last month, this will become a monthly item on the writing board. Rather than just updating my Keeping Score page, I want to explain a few things. You know, why I do what I do.
If I just put numbers in front of you, I’m the only one that’s going to benefit from it. If I explain those numbers, I hope it helps you a little bit too!
I want to get everyone travelling a bit more, and a bit cheaper, too.
When I applied for my first business card, I only based it on my occasional reselling of items on Amazon or on Ebay. Luckily, American Express was happy to stroke my ego, agreeing that I had a “business” and I snagged a Starwood Preferred Business Credit Card.
Now, I’m happy to say my side hustle is actually holding its own.
So much so, that I had to increase my spending power. I not only requested (and was approved) for a credit line increase on my Starwood card, but I took out a new Alaska Airlines Visa Business Card from Bank of America!
I totally understand if you don’t remember. I realized the page wasn’t entirely useful in its current state. You see, I update it every month. That’s great for me, I get to see how far I’ve come. But for somebody just finding this blog, it’s not so helpful. So you have a lot of points? Cool.
It’d be a lot more helpful if I explained how to get those, huh?
I’ve decided to write a monthly post, outlining the biggest changes and updates to my portfolio of points and miles. This will be the inaugural post, and just about every month I’ll write a new update, to coincide with updating the page itself.