NaNoWriMo: Keepin’ it Real, Keepin’ it Healthy

Embed from Getty Images With NaNoWriMo starting November 1st, it is a good idea to start thinking about how to get through that month as smoothly as possible. We want to come through the other end in relatively good health, physically and mentally. November, after all, is a darn stressful, Continue Reading

A Freelance Schedule, of Sorts

I do not have one set schedule that I follow on a regular basis. My business activities are based on the weather, actually. This is because: I do not drive. I do not have internet at home right now. I walk to Old Town to use wireless each day, weather 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

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

A Freelancers’ Walking Goal: How to Acquire 10,000 Steps a Day

As a freelance writer, I spend much time every day in front of the computer. This means that I am not always getting in all of the required steps each day. Sure, I walk 2 to 9 miles a day, generally speaking, from spring to fall. But what about winter, Continue Reading