From the Blog…
One day, I googled “how to be a writer” and found an online course. It was $200. I couldn’t really afford it, but I signed up for it anyway. It was my first non-academic investment (besides my yoga teacher trainings) in myself. And boy, did it pay off.
Everybody makes mistakes, especially when learning to be self-employed. Everything is new, like paying self-employment taxes, planning revenue, and time management. Not to mention, life doesn’t stop sending surprises just because you’re self-employed.
Welcome to Part Two of my Pitch to the Top™ story, where I will give you some advice on how to get paid to write. Part Two is admittedly a little less survival-oriented than Part One, in which I told you about my unpaid writing internship at a local permaculture...
This is a new type of blog for me. In honor of my 32nd birthday and the new freelance writer coaching programs I will soon be launching, I thought I’d share my journey about how I went from kindergarten teacher to reporter/editor at CNBC in under two years. When I say...
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Handling our financial wellness and practicing financial self care is something that most of us overlook. Here’s why it matters (and how to do it).
The sky is the limit when it comes to creative careers. If you’re ready to be inspired, this list of six millionaire artists is just what you need.
So many of us think that a traditional career path is our only option. But there are some serious indications that it’s not the right path for you.
Invoicing can be a tedious task, but you can make invoicing quick and easy with these seven invoicing tools.