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

6 Ways to Use Evernote

I first learned of Evernote from Angela Booth, and I’ve been using it ever since. There are so many things it is good for, using it will never get old. I quickly started creating projects, using a different notebook within the program for each one. Here are some ways to 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

Notebooks: Keeping Track of Ideas

Keeping track of ideas is important. After all, these ideas are what will keep your blogs, channels, websites, and more going when you need to add more content.  You don’t want to lose the ideas you come up with, but it is near impossible to get to all of them Continue Reading

Organizing the Mess!

After years of writing I decided to overhaul my entire file/office supply system. On top of the writing files, I found while doing this that I still had some homeschool papers that I did not need – as well as some that are necessary – and that I had to Continue Reading

My Top 10 Tips for the Freelance Writer

  Freelance writing is not always easy. It can be time consuming, and sometimes we may not know where to go from the point we are at. The important thing is to keep going. Here are my top 10 tips to help you along your way: Write first. Spend the Continue Reading