Give Your Business a New Year Gift

Are you thinking about ways to expand on your business this year? Or maybe you want your family to be involved in your business efforts? Consider getting your business a gift this year. After all, who knows what your business really needs better than you. I’ve given my business a Continue Reading

4 Keys to Success in the New Year

In a previous post, I wrote about wrapping up this year so we can move on and continue building on our successes next year. I discussed how I do this, in hopes it would be helpful to you. There are other things I found I needed to do this past Continue Reading

Batching Days

Today I’m taking part in International Batching Day. Because I have been so busy publishing eBooks as of late, I haven’t gotten to other things on my to-do list. Today is the day I’m catching up on these things, before I begin my tw0-double weekend at the Inn. I like Continue Reading

Why I Wrote for Examiner.com

While my main goal is to be earning a full living from my writing at some point, money is not the only reason I write. I also write to help others. By getting information out to people who may need it, I feel like I’m contributing to a greater good. Continue Reading

Is it Time to Reevaluate Your Goals?

At the end of each year, I write down the things I hope to accomplish throughout the next year. Usually, I go overboard. Way overboard. And I rarely accomplish even half of what I want. I did the same for 2016 but, for some reason, I seem to be completing Continue Reading

It’s Time to Check Out the New Freelance Ponderings and Advice

Yesterday I told you I was going to be announcing how to get the new issues of Freelance Ponderings and Advice as each are written, so you wont have to wait so long for the seasonal issues to be posted to the archive site. This post is to introduce you Continue Reading

Freelance Ponderings and Advice, The Archives

I’ve been wanting to move my newsletter, Freelance Ponderings and Advice, from Tumblr for quite some time. I love Tumblr and plan to use it in the future, but I needed a little more creative freedom with the newsletter. I think the new platform will work better. I chose to Continue Reading