Recently I discovered a new tool that Jeff Goins created called Don’t Hit Publish. This app helps writers of shorter form content, such as articles, blog posts and emails (not eBooks) figure out if their content is ready to be published. In this blog post, I’ll provide information on Don’t Hit Publish and how to
Last July I wrote a post about how to reach your writing goals with Beeminder and Draft. What if you’re having a hard time reaching your word count goal though? Some days you may just be too busy to write, and other days, you may not be sure what to write about. This is particularly
About two weeks ago I posted an article on my Facebook page from the AZ Central website that discussed how certain cities were asking people who work from home to be licensed. I then asked for others’ opinions on this. Though I got only two opinions, I wanted to share them with you, as well
Have you ever wondered what the biggest source of interruptions are for freelancers? In this infographic, Sara Duggan shares the biggest source of interruptions for nine freelancers. Picture it… You’ve decided to kick the 9-5 cubicle gig to the curb to work at home. You envision relaxed and fun filled days playing with the kids
Found this infographic on a website and wanted to share it because it’s so true: Working from home rocks!
Are you a writer trying to increase your word count, or are you trying to develop a freewriting habit If so there’s a great site that can help you with that – 750words.com. This purpose of this site is to encourage you to write at least 750 words a day. How do they do that?