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Why We Should ALWAYS Make Time For Our Friends

This past week I went to Phoenix on business.

One of my friends from the Disney College Program lives in Phoenix, and this was my chance to see her again after a one-year hiatus. 304 more words

Freelancing

Freelancers contribute over £109bn to UK economy

A huge rise in the number of freelancers in the UK means that sole traders are now contributing £109 billion to the UK economy.

New research published by  the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, reveals that the economic contribution of freelancers is often disproportionately higher than that of other businesses as this group largely consists of highly-skilled, specialist individuals. 176 more words

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Clear writing works better

I came across a line from a tweet yesterday that said: clear writing is like clear thinking.

I think this can alter a writer’s ‘destiny’. If anything we write is unfocused, we don’t have a handle on that, and should discard it. 41 more words

Life

#57: Remember the Good Things.

I’m not great at taking compliments.

I think it’s because, deep down, I don’t like being the centre of attention. (Never have done: my own birthdays are invariably a chore, ameliorated only by the attendant birthday presents.) I guess there’s also an element of imposter syndrome creeping in; that I can’t entirely believe that the person is talking about me. 147 more words

Freelancing

The Plight of the Permalancer

The following text was originally published on Facebook. I am reposting it here at the request of a friend who wanted to send this to John Oliver. 1,155 more words

Journalism

Internet Marketing: Why Creating Products is So Important

In order for your business to survive, you should always present something fresh. The “it” thing right now might not be the same the next month. 310 more words

Internet

A new adventure

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about my future as a writer and editor, partly because my current job doesn’t exactly push me to learn or advance my skills. 328 more words

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