A U.S. expat explains how she used the blogging challenge to learn about her new hometown, make friends around the world — and launch a writing career.
The prospect of writing every day for a month can be scary – but it doesn’t have to be, as one Blogathon veteran explains.
Compiling a book largely comprised of photos takes careful planning and budgeting, and concise writing, as freelancer and author Paul Vachon explains.
If you’ve done corporate writing work or ghostwriting, ghostblogging might be a good next step. Marcia Turner explains how to get started.
Mridu Khullar Relph explains why freelance writers need to take a cue from entrepreneurs to think and act like the small business operators that they are.
If you’re self-employed, saying no to new projects can be hard. These tips from writer Kate Harold will make it easier, and help you decide when to say yes.
Overflowing inbox got you down? Rightsize it and get organized in the process using the Inbox Zero method. Luke Clem explains.
Use U.K. parenting blogger Helen Wills’ tips to calm concerns about going to a blogging or writing event for the first time.
You log 40+ hours a week, so why aren’t you making more money? Journalist and writing coach Jodi Helmer explains what you’re doing wrong, and how to fix it.
Want to write for this blog? I run guest posts on freelancing and blogging tppics every Tuesday. Here’s everything you need to know.