Fix Your Toxic Writing Environment

There are two sides to the writer debate – those who require certain comforts and those who can write in the middle of a toxic dump. I’d argue both types are just as likely to have hazardous work environments. Your office could be making you sick, or at the very least, decreasing your productivity. The […]

Jonathan Bailey of PlagiarismToday.com Joins the Freelance Writing Jobs Team

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I’m very happy to announce that Jonathan Bailey of PlagiarismToday is joining the Freelance Writing Jobs team!  He will write about plagiarism, copyrights, content theft and related topics that affect writers on a daily basis.  I know he’ll be able to provide a great deal of insight to help writers protect their work and thrive […]

A Little Help from My Freelance Writing Friends…

I guess I’m extending an invitation with this post. It’s an invitation to operate on a more sincere level than others might sometimes use. It’s an invitation to provide something of value to others–to really make human contact. That’s not just because you’ll have someone to hit up when you confront an issue. It’s also because you’ll be able to help other people when they need it.

Freelance Writing Jobs for June 14, 2010

Good morning FWJ Friends! Let’s get your week off to a great start with some fresh freelance writing job leads. New Around the Freelance Writing Jobs Network Freelance Writing Jobs sold to Splashpress Media. Do You Have the Confidence to Apply for the Bigger Jobs? Too Many Articles Killed the Freelance Writing Star Waiting for […]

How Freelance Writers Can Save Money on Car Insurance

No, I’m not trying to get you to switch to Geico, but a 15-minute call to your car insurance agent really could save you money on car insurance if you are a full-time freelancer. Why? If you’ve abandoned the daily commute, you may be able to get your car reclassified as ä “pleasure use vehicle.” […]

Top 10 Things Freelance Writing Blogs Tell You That You Already Know

Originally this post was to have been called “Are the Freelance Writing Blogs Telling You Stuff You Already Know?” so we could have a big discussion about how redundant and unoriginal we all are. Let’s face it, every freelance writing blogger says the same thing, we just use different words. We all want to convince […]

When Freelance Writers Need a Wake Up Call

In order to encourage the freelancer writers in this community, I like to keep the tone light and positive. Though I don’t take the “in your face” approach to blogging, I’ll agree that there are plenty of times when freelance writes need to have the truth laid out for them in order to view all […]

Four Ways Freelance Writers Overspend

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We’re freelance writers. All we need to get the job done is a laptop, limber fingers, and a heaping dose of writing skill. To the outsider, it doesn’t seem like we could possibly overspend within our freelance writing businesses. Oh but we do. These are just some of the expenses that trip freelance writers up: […]