Getting your first freelance writing job can be difficult, especially if you have no experience whatsoever in this field, but here are some tips based on my own experiences on how to achieve it.
Rejection is death. Defeat. You spin a web to see it crumpled? For free? Never.
First things first, let’s understand that everyone writing a think piece is just talking to themselves.
You kiss me in your bed. I tell all of my roommates you are probably the one. And I think maybe you are.
Don’t you love those early summer nights?
Most people seem to think they only have to start worrying about their resume when they are in their last year of high school, but I was different.
I know you probably thought you were being flattering.
Focus. Focus. Focus. Click. Click. New focus. Change. Text. Check messages.
I’ve spoken with scientists—in other words, myself on four cups of coffee—and have discovered a handful of the most pertinent versions of Email Writer’s Block.
You are a red flag I chose to ignore. A 20×20 crimson warning saying: “No! Don’t do it! Damaged upon arrival!!!”