Freelance Writers: How to Transition from a FT Job to Freelancing Full Time — Without Impacting Your Income
Yes, it’s actually possible to make the leap from a full-time job to a full-time freelance career, and not have your income tank in the process….Read more.
A Freelance Writer’s Life Abroad: Inside Peek at My Life as an American Living in Negril, Jamaica for a Year, Part XXX
I can’t believe I started writing this series in 2010. June will be 7 years, which makes the title of the post kinda incorrect. I’d only planned to update it for a year, but readers kept requesting more and more and more information….Read more.
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A couple of days ago, I received an email from a gentleman inquiring about Inkwell Editorial’s SEO writing ecourse. I advised him against taking it. The reason I decided to do a post about this because I think a lot of people may have the same questions/concerns he did, and I wanted to provide a bit more insight than I did in my answer to him. He wrote:…Read more.
Last week, I had the distinct pleasure of doing a podcast interview with Paul Buzan from Just Add Hustle, who describes his blog this way: “On this blog & podcast I interview brilliant copywriters, authors, publishers, and freelance writers who teach YOU how to make more money writing!”…Read more.
One of the quickest, easiest ways to give yourself a raise as a freelance writer is to raise your rates. Many freelancers don’t think of it this way, because many of us are stuck in employee mode, where we wait for an “annual review” to come around and we go in, say all the right things, then get that 1 percent, 2 percent or OMG, 4 percent raise….Read more.
Have coffee, make bed, get dressed, answer email, check social media. Is it 11 a.m. already?! Jeez! Never is the value of time more evident than when you have your own freelance business. It is one of those resources that when wasted, you never get back….Read more.
Back in mid-December, I received the following email from someone who’s thinking about taking his professional experience and turning it into a freelance writing career. He wrote:…Read more.
A Freelance Writer with Over 20 Years of Experience Tells the Most Important Thing She’s Learned about NOT Giving Up
I started freelancing in 1993 and it’s taught me so much about life that I could write a book (hey, and I just might!). But that’s a story for another day. Lately, I’ve been hearing from some freelance writers who’ve been struggling. Many are frustrated and discouraged….Read more.
I used to say I have a love/hate relationship with setting goals. Some years, I’ve elected to set them; other years not. Looking back over the last few years, I set them in 2011 and 2012; didn’t set any in 2013 or 2014; and start setting them again in 2015 and 2016….Read more.
I wrote the following 10 years ago (2006). I was kind of playing around and got on a roll, then decided to publish it to the blog. It’s become a perennial favorite — one I add to every few years. What are you thankful for as a freelance writer? Add to “the prayer” in the comments section, ok?…Read more.
A couple of days ago, I uploaded my first post to Medium.com. It’s entitled, “50, Broke & Scared to Death about Retirement: How I Turned It Around & You Can Too.” It details my financial journey over the last 10-12 years or so. …Read more.
In case you haven’t noticed, InkwellEditorial.com has a new look! Same great info … but the mission around here has changed. This post explains why and how. …Read more.