And we aren’t rushing back to the traditional workforce I recently read a piece on LinkedIn that I genuinely thought was a satire about how the work-from-home (WFH) movement was destroying careers. Unfortunately, the author was serious. It seems this person genuinely believes that without face-to-face interactions in the hallways and the ability to beContinue reading “Freelancing has Redefined Work/Life Balance”
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The Very Best Parts of Freelancing
Focusing on the benefits instead of the difficulties of remote work I’ve written cautionary tales about the work involved in building a career as a freelance content writer. I didn’t exaggerate anything, and I probably downplayed some of the hardest parts. I have worked 70 hour weeks. I have felt the disappointment of working toContinue reading “The Very Best Parts of Freelancing”
Making the Leap to Full-Time Freelancing
That first year was a lot of learning, bluster, and some “fake it till you make it” mentality.
Content is King — So Invest Wisely
As a consumer, I can assure you that nothing will make me bounce from a site faster than poorly written content if I land on your page looking for a product or a service.
Freelancing — One Year In
Answering questions I am frequently asked about life as a full-time freelance writer Dena@Write-SolutionsSep 8 · 7 min read When I first started freelance writing, I was hungry for information and mesmerized by the stories of people who were making a remarkable living by writing. I set off on a quest to see if I could make anyContinue reading “Freelancing — One Year In”
How to Build a Successful Freelance Career
A step-by-step guide to earning a living from your writing Dena@Write-SolutionsJan 17 · 8 min read I work from home and make a comparable salary to what I would make re-entering my prior career field of being a paralegal. I get asked by aspiring writers all the time about how I got started. There is no magic formula, butContinue reading “How to Build a Successful Freelance Career”