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

Overcoming Writers Block Part 1

Writers block is something that seems to just happen every so often, whether you write fiction or nonfiction. It is not necessarily ways to overcome, and many people wait for their muse to do her job. By doing so you are not really being productive, though. So what can you Continue Reading

A Review of My 2013 Writing Goals

  Did I meet all my 2013 writing goals? No, but I did put a good effort in. Especially considering my attention issues. One minute I am minding my own business working diligently on a project, the next my mind gets fixated on another project I want to start and Continue Reading

31 Day Healthy Recipe Challenge: A Great Opportunity for Freelancers and Everyone

Welcome to the New Year! I can think of no better way to start a new year than with a challenge lasting the entire first month of the year. This year I would like to you to a challenge that I am running on my blog, Frugal Recipes: Spending Less Continue Reading

A New Year: Freelance Writing, the Second Year

My second year as a full-time freelance writer began last May, though I wasn’t doing a whole lot. At that point I was having some medical issues that were impeding my productivity. Over the winter, spring and summer of 2010, my blogging for each venue (Including How to Live the Continue Reading