Organize Your Space and Stuff (eBook)

Organize Your Space and Stuff is a compilation of many articles from How to Live the Freelance Life. Each article has been expanded on for this book, with updates on how things have changed, and action steps to guide you in setting up and keeping up with your office or 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

Earning My Living

A freelance career takes a good five years to build. I say that I am on year three because of my actual start date, but it is really more like the end of year one due to medical issues and a needed surgery and recovery time. During my writing times, Continue Reading

The Snack Drawer

Depending on the freelance career you are enjoying, you may find yourself sitting at a desk all day rather than being active. This is especially true for the freelance writer. Even if you take a daily walk or otherwise work out, you are still sitting around most of the day. Continue Reading

Me on BlogHer.com

I recently published the article 10 Tips to Balancing a Freelance Career with Your Life on BlogHer.com. It is often difficult to balance a freelance career with everything else that is going on in your life, but it is not impossible. Another article that I published through the same outlet Continue Reading

Relieving Stress

Building a freelance career can be stressful. You may be working long hours, especially during the first year. You might have clients that are difficult to please. Perhaps you are working a ‘day job’ as well as building your career, or you are having difficulty training your family to allow Continue Reading

Freelance Writers and Relaxation

In general, a career may bring a lot of stress into your life. When you are working for yourself, it is likely that there will be even more stress. At least some of the time. Scheduled, or non scheduled, days of relaxation will help with this issue. How does relaxation Continue Reading