Become an Exceptional Writer with Udemy’s “Writing with Flair” Course [FREEBIE ALERT]

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“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death.” ― Albert Einstein We’re still alive, aren’t we? We continue to look for new clients and work with existing clients. Shouldn’t we then apply Einstein’s words to our professional lives? Shouldn’t we find ways to continue growing professionally? The reason I’m writing about this […]

Catch Writing Mistakes More Easily With Grammarly

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We all make mistakes and typos, but that’s what proofreading is for, right? There’s also Word – or whatever software you use to create documents – which has spell check built in. However, we know quite well how Word misses a lot of mistakes, especially when it comes to more complicated syntax. Also, Word is […]

The History of RSS Readers

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RSS, or Rich Site Summary, has become such an integral part of people’s online lives. For those who consume a lot of content over a wide range of topics, RSS readers are essential to staying sane. With Google Reader’s recent demise, more apps have surfaced to meet the need. Perhaps the average user does not […]

5 Things Freelancing Taught Me

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For the past three years, I have run my own virtual writing and editing company, Desired Assistance. Born out of my ability to write and edit, paired with the increasing demand for virtual assistants, I combined the two to create my own business. This journey hasn’t always been easy, but it has certainly been worth it. […]

A Look at E-Reading Trends

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Here’s an infographic writers will want to take a look at: The Trend of E-Reading, an infographic design by Infographic Labs, illustrates just how e-reading has taken America by storm. Did you know that people who use e-readers read more than those that stick to traditional books? And that they’re more likely to spend money […]