So, for those who don’t know, I post freelance writing and editing jobs every week on Twitter, G+, LinkedIn, and Facebook. I do this as a service to the writing community. Inevitably, though, every week on at least two platforms someone comments on at least one post saying, “Hire me.” So, I have a new […]
I woke up in a great mood. I felt well-rested (rarity). I bopped along through my morning routine knowing full well that I had a day full of shit that must be done. It’s Tuesday…so not only is there client work (probably a good 12 hours of it and here I am blogging at noon…) […]
From time to time, my image gets circulated around on Facebook because I bought a certain book (I liked the book – I’m not avoiding the name of it or the author because I have anything negative to say). So, I’ll get message requests and friend requests because people don’t think I’m a real person. […]
It’s not uncommon that I’m asked what managing finances is really like (or if I have someone supporting me….) as a freelancer. So, I thought I’d treat you guys to an inside look at a few of the ways we make the finances work.
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Sent to me by an attorney. Remember, if you send over your confession, you will remain anonymous. This lawyer worked from home (or as the cool kids called it, “virtual office” for quite some time). I can tell you that much of the following is applicable for anyone who is self-employed, regardless of where they […]
There are very few things worse in the life of a work at home mom than catching a fucking stomach bug. So, yesterday, Bull and I considered the fact that I might be getting sick. Because I started crying over something really, really stupid (and no, I’m not talking about Toiletgeddon although that repeated itself […]