All writers experience a little bit of both, (apprehension and inspiration) from time to time. Writers wouldn’t be human if they were not apprehensive every now and then; it’s indeed natural to experience uncertainty about your writing throughout your writing adventures, projects and achievements.
Did you know that apprehension brings forth growth to writers just as inspiration does? Learning various ways to getting over the apprehension and going forward with your writing is the key to your success. Continue reading
Blogs are everywhere around the web. If you work from home you most likely own one. However, the sites that are overly saturated with the same keywords and doesn’t bring anything fresh and worth reading to the virtual table just sort of hangs and gets buried underneath those that deserve good indexing and ranking.
If you’ve been writing for awhile, then you probably know what I’m talking about. People want to read something that has substance and also features problem solvers; specifically answers to their problems and concerns. So it’s vital to write specifically for YOUR market – your visitors and buyers. Continue reading
Work at home writing jobs and projects sure can suffer when your work space is in a disarray. Does clutter seem to congregate upon your desk every week; or every DAY? I’m certainly one that does not judge! My desk is not tidy each and every day. For me, when my work area is not tidy and organized, that just adds to my ADD ; and leads to a great deal of unproductiveness! In addition, a messy desk derails my focus in a very negative way. I just don’t do well when clutter is a part of my day. Continue reading