Category Archives: Freelance Writing

Hiring My First Subcontractor

Overflow isn’t healthy for any business. Not only do important tasks get shoved to the always-trusty backburner, but your client will eventually lose faith in you. That chance you got was probably your only one. In this industry, just like in any other, what your client needs, wants and expects from you is paramount!

If you’re ever in this position and have hyperextended your time and availability, consider hiring someone to help you lift some of the load – a virtual assistant, if you will. Continue reading

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How I Scored My Contributorship for The Huffington Post

Those of you who know me well know that I’ve been chasing after this contributorship for a long, long time. It’s taken me forever to get here, but I’m glad to be here. Now that it’s live, I get asked … Continue reading

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What I Learned This Week from Working as a VA: Treat Your Own Business Like It’s Your Client

I can’t yet call myself a seasoned pro at the virtual assisting game. But I decided to borrow an idea from someone else and give it a try. Every week I’ll bring you an insight into the lesson I learned … Continue reading

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Grammarly: An Honest Review and Giveaway

Not since I reviewed Gina Horkey’s course, 30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success for The Write Life, have I reviewed another product. I’m doing it again because someone could benefit from using the service. I’m going to share my … Continue reading

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Kicking Butt and Taking Names: My January and February 2016 Income Reports

  You may have noticed I’ve been rather ghostly lately. Please rest assured I’m okay. I suffered a few personal setbacks last month. Believe it or not, they actually worked to sharpen my focus and keep me on track toward … Continue reading

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The Cancer Week

This seems to have been the week that cancer won. In truth, it has me thinking about all the lives I’ve lost before me. Continue reading

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2016: Make Goals, Not Resolutions

I’m so ready to get The New Year under way. I’ve made lots and lots of goals for this new year, and I’m excited to share them with you. Continue reading

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Christmas and Forward

Have you made your resolutions, yet? Here’s why you should tear them up and toss them. Continue reading

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The Healing Process: Expanding on My Article for Guyvorce

I recently began a business relationship with Guyvorce, the only site of its kind. Intrigued by the premise, I couldn’t not be affiliated with a site dedicated to helping men get through all the aspects of divorce. Dennis Work, the … Continue reading

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30 Days of Blogging: Expanding on My Article for The Write Life

So, I got in The Write Life. For me, this is a major accomplishment. It’s been 11 days since I finished Gina Horkey’s course, 30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success. And just like that, I’m in The friggin’ … Continue reading

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