Are you excited to be a freelancer? You should be! As I've talked about before, I think it's a wonderful life for many people. Hopefully, by this point, you're already prepared. You've figured out what kind of freelance writing you want to do, looked into platforms, and maybe even started on your very own website. … Continue reading How to Land Your 1st (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th) Freelance Writing Gig
Reblog: A Blank Page or Screen Is Not A Writing Strategy by Pedagogical Thoughts
Have you ever sat down to write, and an hour, maybe two into it and you still have a blank page? Ah, come on, I know it’s not just me who has done this. I get flooded with feelings of guilt (“I’ve wasted good time”), frustration (“why can’t I manage my procrastination better?”), and self-loathing. […] … Continue reading Reblog: A Blank Page or Screen Is Not A Writing Strategy by Pedagogical Thoughts
Everything You Need to Start Freelance Writing
You’re almost ready to get started with your freelancing career; these essential materials will set you up for success.
8 Surprisingly Common Misconceptions About Time
Listen on Spotify. Time has been studied and debated by scientists, philosophers, and theologians for centuries. Despite its importance, there are … 8 Surprisingly Common Misconceptions About Time If y’all haven’t looked at any of the posts I’ve reblogged from this site, you have to look at this one. Lizzie’s blog is one of my … Continue reading 8 Surprisingly Common Misconceptions About Time
Why Doing Nothing Is the Best Thing You Can Do for Your Writing
Happy May, everyone! Can you believe that four months of 2023 have already passed us by? Hmm...maybe I shouldn't talk about that. Moving on... You're probably here because you're ready to disagree with me. I'd be ready to disagree with me after reading the title of this post. But I believe it's really, actually, scientifically … Continue reading Why Doing Nothing Is the Best Thing You Can Do for Your Writing
You’re Going to Hate Writing Your Book – But Here’s How You Keep Going
The slump is coming, but you can get past it. Nearly every writer faces the same hurdle when penning a brand new shiny book. Somewhere in the middle of the process, we lose motivation. We get stuck. The words won't come. We get writer's block. We get bored. Whatever you want to call it, it's … Continue reading You’re Going to Hate Writing Your Book – But Here’s How You Keep Going
Reblog: How To Finish Writing A Book by Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes
This post is for people who have great story ideas, but can’t seem to finish a book. I’ve definitely been there – my teens and early 20’s were consistently filled with moments of me being inspired, but not yet having the tools to finish a story. I’m going to share what has helped me finish […] … Continue reading Reblog: How To Finish Writing A Book by Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes
Can We Always Write Every Day?
Write every day. We hear it all the time, and it's great advice. It's important to turn writing into a habit so that it comes naturally to us and we have time set aside for it. But there's one danger of this mantra being pushed so hard, and it's one I've lived. What if there's … Continue reading Can We Always Write Every Day?
Reblog: How to overcome Procrastination by Darradaily
I used to procrastinate a lot, and I still do, but I’ve gradually reduced it unconsciously over time. Looking back, I tried to figure out what I started and stopped doing that made me more productive.Here are my tips on how to overcome procrastination. 1. Understanding your priorities.Procrastination is only bad when you end up […] … Continue reading Reblog: How to overcome Procrastination by Darradaily
How to Create Your Unique Writing Schedule
One of the biggest mistakes I see new writers make is trying to copy a famous author's writing schedule. They think that there's a surefire recipe to success - "just follow this formula and you'll become an overnight bestseller!" Sadly, there is no magical solution. Each writer must find their own path. For example, while … Continue reading How to Create Your Unique Writing Schedule