Green Your Freelance Business (eBook)

Green Your Freelance Business is a helpful book for the freelancer or anyone with an office. Discover many ways to green your business activities as well as your office. If you haven’t jumped on the bandwagon yet, or if you’re looking for more greening tips, this is the eBook for Continue Reading

Another Update to How to Live the Freelance Life

I have been adding things to the site here and there. A couple of days ago I shared a link to A Troll Tale: A Story from the World of Carthage written by Sheila Buck and Katie Hamilton from over at the Creative Carthage blog. Today I would like to Continue Reading

Do I Need A Printer?

That is the question… I am not sure that I really do. For my freelance business, I rarely need to print anything at all. The expense would not be warranted as far as I can tell. I would have to purchase the printer, the ink and the paper, and I Continue Reading

But, I Don’t Want to Write Today

Most of us have days when we do not want to work, no matter what type of job we have. It is no different for a freelance writer. Some mornings you just can’t seem to get motivated. I felt this way yesterday. There was a family crisis and I just 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

What is Your Day Job?

To begin Year 1 of my freelance writing career, I was also working as a childcare provider – my own business. Often, during year 2, freelancers are still working their ‘day jobs’. I am not, though I suppose I should be. Childcare opportunities were not presenting themselves after a while, Continue Reading

Freelancer’s: Walking for Health and Career Ideas

As a freelance writer, I would sit in front of the computer writing all day if I didn’t make myself get up and move. When I say all day, I mean it – 10:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. would not be uncommon, getting up to use the bathroom when necessary, Continue Reading

Creating Good Habits

Some habits are good ones. They are productive, and aid you in progressing smoothly throughout your day. They give you a sense of accomplishment; a means of beginning or ending your day. They have many benefits indeed. In our work and personal lives, we should develop habits that will allow Continue Reading