It’s easy to get lost in the endless sea of negativity that everyone experiences throughout life. We often think we’re not good enough, don’t do enough, and will never be enough to satisfy our own desires and goals. Looking back on our lives and seeing how many opportunities we’ve missed or the shortcuts we’ve tried to take is painful, but overall necessary to move on. There are so many things that we could have done before that would put us in a better place now that it can seem overwhelming and impossible to start working on them now. Continue reading “WWW #5: Good Vibes”→
Who cares. No really, who cares? So long as you’re doing something you’re happy about (or have to do because life is full of things that aren’t fun that we all have no do) and you’re not hurting yourself and anyone else, what does it matter? This concept can be applied to a great deal of things in life, from hobbies to interests to careers to volunteering and more. It’s time to stop caring and do what you love. Continue reading “WWW #4: Caring”→
Today’s Topic: The Constant Struggles of Procrastination
I highly doubt that procrastination is a topic anyone is unfamiliar with. We’ve all experienced procrastination at some point in time during our lives, and many people allow it to completely run certain aspects of their lives. No matter what your relationship with procrastination, it’s important to evaluate how you deal with it and what you can do moving forward to make your life a little less stressful. Continue reading “WWW #1: Procrastination”→
As with most things in life, freelance writing comes with its own unique setbacks and cons that many people prefer to overlook or ignore. Its easy to get caught up in the glitz and the glamor of the job to try and silence all the nagging negatives, but at some point a writer has to face the facts: almost no line of work is perfect, and there are always going to be aspects of a job that not everyone is going to like.
Hopefully if you’re considering becoming a freelance writer you’ll have done your due diligence and researched the pros and cons that come with the job. For those who also want to make a career out of the job, or maybe just some extra income, I wish you all the best!
Many writers, myself included, were likely attracted to the prospects of becoming a freelance writer because of the numerous opportunities that the position presents. At first glance, the job seems like a great fit for anyone who has a way with words. For someone like me who can barely go a day without writing (whether it’s for my own personal projects or someone else’s), it seemed like a great idea to monetize my hobby and talent. Yet, there were quite a few things I didn’t consider before diving headfirst into the world of freelance writing. Continue reading “Part 1: Considering the Factors of Freelance Writing”→