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For most of my adult life, I’ve considered myself an average cook. Could I cook enough recipes to keep things interesting and edible? Yes. Could I enter a cooking competition or feel thrilled at the idea of cooking for an entire dinner party or holiday get-together? Maybe not. As I’ve gotten older, though, I’ve enjoyed […]

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Whenever clients ask me if they need a social media presence in order to be successful as a freelance writer, I always tell them this: No, but it helps. A lot. In other words, if you have never set foot on a social app and you have no intention to doing so, there’s no one […]

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For a long time, I’ve believed that I really operate on only two modes. The first mode is when I feel totally on fire, like I am the most productive person on earth. I’m pumping out stories, hitting deadlines, and crossing off items on my to-do list with wild abandon. I’m feeling creative, energized, and […]

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When I first dreamt of becoming a freelance writer, I obsessed over what my day-to-day would look like. Every day I would envision a future version of myself grabbing a giant mug of coffee, heading to my own home office, and filling up my days with hand-picked creative projects. Over time, I pictured this so […]

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I get a lot of questions about becoming a freelance writer. Most times, these questions come from people who fall in one of two groups. The first group is people who are brand new to freelance writing — who have the dream of being paid to write, but don’t know how to scale that dream into […]

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