A Glimpse into the Freelance Life

Posted by on Oct 12, 2017 in work-at-home, Writing | 0 comments

On Wednesday, I spent most of my work time writing about cleaning two-sided grills. Yes, this project was about as boring as it sounds, but it wasn’t all bad. Ask my family, and they’ll tell you that I’m the type of person who can find almost any subject interesting, which is true. On this assignment, I learned some cool things about grills. For instance, if you use the right cleaner, you don’t even have to wait for the grill to cool off before...

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Learning to Just Say No

Posted by on Mar 10, 2017 in work-at-home, Writing | 2 comments

There are some things that come with age that might not be so exciting. I definitely feel sore after a day out in the garden, and worrying about taxes, mortgages, and retirement accounts isn’t fun at all. But there are quite a few things that only get better with age, and I’m not talking about wine. It’s my ability to say no. As person who works from home, it is highly important to know how and when to say no. Here are a few times I’ve had to...

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Writing Contests and Accountability

Posted by on Jan 14, 2016 in Writing | 0 comments

It’s the first month of a new year. Have you made any New Year’s resolutions? I’m not usually a big resolution setter. Really, I have plans and goals, especially when it comes to work, but I don’t necessarily use January 1 as a date to set those. They’re more ongoing. But once in a while I will come up with a New Year’s resolution. For about 10 years, my resolution was to make a will. It’s something Bill and I kept putting off, and I can...

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