Some days I write more, some I write less, but I almost always come away with something written down. It wasn't always like this.
I'm now working on being content with my day-to-day routine (habits). In other words, I want to feel satisfied with how I spend my time throughout the day, and ultimately, my life.
Since starting Paper Crow Blog, I've discovered certain things about blogging along the way. These revelations include learning that this writing project helped both my career and my personal well-being.
With the passing of time and transitions apparent in my nonwriting life, it's natural that I've then begun to reflect on my writing's own evolution.
Could I, for just a moment, consider the fact that maybe my career is on a positive trajectory? Perhaps my love life is in a wonderful and perfect place? Maybe I have caring and healthy relationships with people around me?
One of the main purposes of Paper Crow Blog is to help other writers on their own journeys, and in today's post, I share some of the things I wish I would have known before starting to freelance. These tips would have saved me time, money, and possibly a few grey hairs.
Although I wanted to write for a living these past three decades, I pushed it away for years. I believed the myths about writing that are so pervasive.
Upwork, like all job sites, has its pros and cons. In my experience, freelancers can make some quick cash through this platform, with project quality and pay depending on the individual client.
30 years old and technology-averse, I am now navigating social media as a freelance writer and editor.
In this post, I discuss setting three goals including 1) Continuing to create content for the organizations I work with now, 2) Identifying more blog-writing opportunities to help expand my portfolio, and 3) Developing a plan for maximizing the potential of Paper Crow Blog.