Working from home has tested my professionalism more than once. The simple fact is that working from home (especially full time) is a huge challenge and I’m here to save you from the worst of it! Here are some tips for staying productive when working from home
Whether you’re working from home for your normal job, you’re self-employed, or you simply want a productive space to pen the next bestseller novel, the space that you create is going to be successful or not-so-much depending on how you design it. No pressure.
The way that we work is changing forever and, when it comes to freelance job positions, this is a good thing!
A gig economy is where you are working for yourself instead of a company, and you work directly with a customer. Sometimes they’re a one-off customer, and other times they’re returning ones that you get over and over again. Here’s why it’s changing the way people look at jobs.
Starting out is scary as a professional business content writer, no matter how dedicated you are to making it work. I decided to look back to my own beginning and share some tips and suggestions on how I got used to my professional writing career without taking on something that I wasn’t ready for.
What it all comes down to, professionally speaking, is one-upping your haters by taking away their power. These tips will help you do it safely and they can also be applied to all sorts of experiences!
The thing is, there is endless advice on what to do with haters from a professional standpoint (I will soon voice my own thoughts on the subject), but there’s a person behind every writer’s mask. And that person needs help and guidance, too!
If you’re struggling to find motivation and energy to keep on going with that negative experience fresh in your mind, here are some tips to help you get back up on your writing horse again, as strong as ever.
Over the years, I often find myself working happily away on some fun and interesting holiday-themed writing topics that make it an enjoyable time of year even if I do find myself working through it.
In my last two posts, I talked quite a bit about the pros and cons of critique groups, and also about their limitations. I’ve had bad experiences in the past that make me pretty apprehensive and bitter about them. However, they also have a unique kind of power that can really help you get ahead in professional writing. It’s all about pairing up with the right people for the right project. Here are some tips to help you do just that!