Freelance Writing Jobs for December 18, 2009

I’m having one of those “white rabbit” days today. You know the one from Alice in Wonderland, who was late, late, late?!? Yep, that’s it.

I slept in this morning and everything I’ve done since then has been thrown off. I did have a brief moment of panic that threatened to escalate into a meltdown, but then I realized that I don’t have time for one right now. All I can do is present you with today’s leads and apologize for the fact that they are late. I hope you find something on the list that you consider worth the wait.

Anyone else had a day like that? How do you get back on track if everything feels a bit off center on a particular day?
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  1. says

    Three martini lunch. Problem solved.

    And no, I’m not joking :) It might not be as popular as it was during the mid-latter part of the 20th century, but it’s still a great way to just take the edge off and get back in control.

  2. Bob Hale says

    Late, eh? well, here’s how to handle it…and take it from a former radio/TV guy who ran his life by the clock.

    You address the fact you’re late; and then get on with your life. Consider this: we are here for only a few years. If an hour, or a day, late is so vital that it grinds at you, makes you upset, ticks off the world…then head for the nunnery. In short, it ain’t that vital. No one’s life was in danger; no illness or injury resulted from being late. Oh, maybe someone was a tad miffed that his/her “reading material” was not there as usual. So, how big a thing can that REALLY be. The adage still holds: “Don’t weat the little things!”

    …however, if you let that happen again, I’ll be over to give you …..

    Nah..just kidding.

    Bob S. Hale

  3. Paul says

    I have a Facebook account and list my freelance business on it. In simple terms, how do I hook up with people on Freebook wanting to hire writers.


  4. Kathleen says

    I have way more “white rabbit days” than I care to admit. And here it is, the end of the day and I’m just now coming to check out leads. I think we can let your lateness slide. 😉 I mean, for goodness sake, this is a free site. Who are we to complain?

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