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Want to be a travel writer? Read this first.

A real writer can write anywhere—all you need is a pen and paper. Or so I’ve been told.

After living in Prague for over 4 years, I decided it was time to move on to sunnier skies and follow up on my obsession with Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa. 1,721 more words

Travel Dreams

How I Started Persuasive Copywriting

I’m going to be honest with you. I never thought that I would be successful as a writer. I bought into the whole “starting artist” thing. 1,358 more words


Julian D Greene reblogged this on The Write Way Out and commented:

Here's another writer with a story, not unlike my own, with even more great advice for those of you who want to make a living with your writing talent.

Unexpected Detour

I was 10 years old when Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark was released into theaters. Like so many others, I was instantly hooked. 492 more words


How We Survived a Number of Setbacks and Ultimately Found Our Niche

If you are in need of income right away, here are a few suggestions via the short version of our story.

In 2010 I lost my teaching job. 966 more words

Freelance Writing

Business Destination: Unknown

Exploring Location Independent Businesses


One day I was asked, If you could talk to anyone out of your reach, who would you choose?

I’ve always lived in the same place my whole life, a small yet beautiful city called after Alexander the great. 936 more words


Make Money This Week from Freelance Writing

I live a location-independent lifestyle in the U.S. and I make my living solely from oDesk and Elance. Apparently it’s pretty rare to make one’s living from these two sites alone. 1,571 more words

Freelance Writing

21 ways freelancing is like online dating

I’ve been with my partner for almost 5 years now. We met on Craigslist. Once I started looking, it took me a year to hone my skills. 1,484 more words

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