Students Don’t Gotta Be Poor at Reading and Writing

They say reading and writing go together, but I’m not so sure how true that is today. I’ve been working a temp job as a scorer of the tests students take in elementary, junior high, and high school. It’s been an experience and eye opener. The bottom line is children definitely need help with reading […]

Cure Writer’s Block by Paying Attention to Your Surroundings

Many freelance writers suffer or have suffered from writer’s block. There’s a cure for it — pay attention to your surroundings and keep your eyes and ears open! That’s all you have to do. You could be grocery shopping, over hear a conversation, and have one or more ideas for a blog post or article. […]

What do Freelance Writers and Snakes Have in Common?

You wouldn’t think that snakes and freelance writers have anything in common, but they do. Now before you run for the hills because you have a fear of snakes, stay calm and continue reading. In fact, this may be a good time to shed your fears! The keywords for snakes are wisdom, beauty, growth and […]

Is Your Writing Moldy and Stale?

Some freelance writers experience burnout or writer’s block which translates to stale writing. Ideas are not as fresh as they used to be or they’re nowhere to be found. You scramble to think of something to write, only to be mocked by the blank page that appears before you. What’s a writer to do? Take […]

The Case of Pro Blog vs. No Blog

“Hear ye, hear ye. Court is now in session. Today’s matter is about settling the case between having a blog and not having a blog for your business. Some business owners are not convinced having a blog is worth the time and effort. Others feel a blog adds more depth and dimension to their website […]