The Definition of…

One of the perks of working from home is that when you have a sick kid, you don't have to call in sick to work yourself. All I have to do is check on my baby every once in a while to see if I can bring more crackers or water, take a five-minute break… Continue reading The Definition of…

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Ways to Keep Your Writing Alive

What ways can you keep active, even when you don't have a specific writing project on the go? As I dodge responsibility left and right, I ponder how to keep viable as a writer. Solution? Write a new blog post! Writing a blog post is just one tactic though. Even if you don't have a… Continue reading Ways to Keep Your Writing Alive

A Guest Post: The Hitch…

Done! I just finished a difficult article that challenged my writing skills, and sense of diplomacy. Writing skills might be self-explanatory, but diplomacy, you ask? Yup. Let me explain. A Guest Post Everyone says it's good to accept guest post roles on other blogs, and to feature them on your own. And I agree. Unfortunately,… Continue reading A Guest Post: The Hitch…

Communication: The Key to Social Media

One of my clients is a local tree services company. As much as I handle most of their social media and write all of their blog posts, I couldn't do it without help. This week's blog for them is a great example of that. It has received lots of positive feedback already, which I appreciate,… Continue reading Communication: The Key to Social Media

Blogging: Is It Still Relevant?

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BLOGGING | I have been blogging since 2009. That might sound like a long time, but in the early days, my blog was more akin to a journal entry; I recorded daily happenings, thoughts, lists, and whatever else struck me. Many of the entries didn't have pictures and visitors to my page were rare. Such… Continue reading Blogging: Is It Still Relevant?