It’s so important to take time away from work

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Not only to vegetate or rest, but to actively do something that you know always lifts your spirits. Whether it’s hiking (can’t relate, but do you), reading guilty-pleasure romance novels or painting, give yourself a day with as little obligations as possible so you can do those things.

https://feminineboutique.com/2021/03/02/nurturing-your-useless-hobbies

While ghostwriters are oftentimes allowed to take creative liberties, it’s important for them to stick as close to the original storyline as possible

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While this varies between projects and clients, I like to break up a ghostwriting gig into increments. This is always something that I determine with my client upfront. For example, we might agree that I will submit each milestone of 10,000 words to them separately for their review before moving on, and it’s during each of these stages that I’ll get a portion of my pay. This allows for a broken up payment schedule (beneficial to both myself and the client), and also means that they can review the writing on a regular basis to be sure that they’re happy with it.

https://carynnbohleyauthorsite.wordpress.com/2021/04/29/my-ghostwriting-process

There has been a cut-throat competition between individuals seeking jobs on freelancer websites

Everyone gets into the bidding fight and tries to win it by lowering their work price below what they deserve. Established platforms mostly have these kinds of scenarios. You should give due importance to which kind of platform you are heading into. You should probably go for new websites with less competition. It will increase your selection possibilities at a higher rate.

https://theblogpit.wordpress.com/2020/06/26/freelance

The Predicaments of Freelancing

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“Oh wow, your self-employed that’s amazing, you must be making loads.”

a2494f63c3981b1e4f1583003d83a4adA sentence I hear all to often. Let’s break it down to my answers to it. Self-employment CAN be amazing. But it can also be the most horrific life choice I have ever made. I certainly do not make loads and previous years seen be go months without a dime. 

However like any job it does have it’s up’s and down’s.  I work in the marketing and PR industry, and trust me it isn’t as glamorous as some may think. I chose to brave it as a freelancer for one main reason – freedom. The freedom to chose my working hours and days, the freedom to express my creativity, the freedom to chose when I spend time with my daughter. Many working places cannot offer that (my previous job was the WORST for it) and I was not okay…

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Yes, we would love to read creative and unique guest posts and share with our audience. So, start searching for interesting content ideas, pitch us those ideas to get a chance to guest post on our high-quality Top Lifestyle Blog. We always encourage writers to come up with enticing guest posts related to Home Improvement, Home Decor, Gardening, DIY, Parenting, Family, Food, Health, Lifestyle, DIY, Technology, Business, Auto tips, Fashion & Beauty, Travel and Relationships.

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My Invisible Website

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I like to think that I’m a pretty good judge of my own character. That is if you were to ask me to describe myself and one of my friends to describe me, both of our descriptions would be very similar. My view of myself is neither substantially better nor worse than someone else’s might be.

I know where my strengths lie and where I could use a little work.  I’m funny, I’m smart, I can write like a beast, and I’m a veritable cavalcade of useless facts and information. But the more I write and try to let my freelance flag fly, the more I realize that I am terrible at marketing and self-promotion.

I can build a fancy website, but then I just cross my fingers and hope the internet fairies take care of the rest. I don’t know how to go about getting people to visit the…

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Anyone Need a Freelance Writer / Editor / Content Marketer?

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Well, I wasn’t planning on talking about this until after the dust settled, but I’ve had a change of heart.

I was laid off from my job last week. I am actively looking for a new position, but in the meantime, I need to keep my options open.

That’s why I’m officially offering freelance services in writing, editing, or online marketing. Here’s a little bit about my background:

  • I reviewed news releases for publication on PRWeb.com, PRNewswire.com, and MarketWired.com for three years. I reviewed approximately 10,000 press releases in that time, and I know what a good press release looks like.
  • I have also written two dozen press releases for various organizations across industries such as tech, fashion, and publishing. And yes, I even wrote my own press releases for my book.
  • I strategized and managed pay-per-click marketing campaigns and provided regular analytics reports for clients, curating nearly 1 million…

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