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 […]

How to Combat Freelance Writer’s Depression?

If you’re a very, very social person being a freelance writer may not be for you. Some freelance writers experience depression on the job. After all, the writer’s life is one of solitary confinement. Unless you hire one or two writers to work with you, it can become very depressing to work by yourself. There’s […]

How do You Begin Freelance Writing?

I was recently interviewed by a woman who wants to begin freelance writing. She just had a baby and has a toddler; she doesn’t want to go back to work full-time. She found me through The WM Freelance Connection, a website I was guest blogging for — April is my last month writing for the […]

Communication is the Key to Growing a Business

When you speak, do you say what you mean and mean what you say? Nine times out of ten, most people talk in circles. It’s like listening to a politician answer a question about the state budget! Communication is the key in any business, especially freelance writing. If you don’t know how to communicate with […]