Careers for Freelancers (eBook)

Interested in building a career from the comfort of your own home? Or expanding on the career you’ve already created? Written with you in mind, this edited and updated 2nd edition of Careers for Freelancers has more ideas for you, updated explanations, and estimations on how much can be made Continue Reading

Join the Financial Planning Challenge

I’ve already mentioned my freelance goals, but I have others as well. Personal finance goals. I, among other writers, am not yet to point where I’m making a great deal of money through my writing efforts. Finances are a bit wishy-washy, so it isn’t always easy to plan for things. Continue Reading

New Purchases. Yay!

This tired, old laptop has done much for me, but really needs to be replaced. It doesn’t play video so well anymore, reminding me of those old kung fu movies where there lips are moving but you hear them start to talk half way through their line. Then they are Continue Reading

Multiple Streams of Income (And a Goal Met!)

I’ve read it is important to have multiple streams of income. I’m seeing the value in this more and more, as time goes by. It used to be easier for me to just concentrate on one thing at a time, either fiction or nonfiction goals, but I am learning how Continue Reading

What do you Hope to be doing in 5 Years? 10 Years? 20 Years?

I don’t know about you but I’ve been steadily working toward my goals this year. With a series of fiction books published to Amazon, and an upcoming nonfiction book, I feel I’m well on my way to achieving my long-term goals. What is most important in your life? What do Continue Reading

Saving Money on Freelance Supplies

I’m a frugal person most of the time, always looking for deals on items I need in my personal life and my writing life. My top savings last fall were from three different places. These hardcover composition books were found at Wal-Mart for only .50 each. They will be perfect Continue Reading

Feeling Overwhelmed Financially at the Holidays? And a Challenge

There’s so much going on during the holiday season that it is common to feel overwhelmed financially and otherwise. It is a shame, really, that we have to feel this way during a time when we should be concentrating on family and friends. Clients pay late (sometimes even after the Continue Reading

Be Prepared for Slow Times

There may be times when business is slow or comes to a halt, either because you wanted it that way or because there is going to be a month or two when people just aren’t buying whatever services you are selling. Perhaps you get injured, your life partner gets laid Continue Reading

I Bought Myself a Present, How About You?

Each year, during the months of November and December, I think about what I might want to get myself for Yule. I am single, so I can’t count on anyone to get me what I really want. And sometimes I do not know what I want until I see it, Continue Reading

Yahoo! Contributor Network: Voices.Yahoo.com Shutting Down

I just made a post about Helium Publishing 360 closing down, and I also have news about Yahoo! Contributor Network. They, too, will discontinue their publishing through the Voices.Yahoo.com venue. Yahoo has indicated that: Voices.Yahoo.com will shut down on July 31, 2014. Final payments will be made to contributors on Continue Reading