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How to Handle Overwhelm

Getting overwhelmed can happen to the best of us. It can happen when we least expect it, but most often, I think, we at least have a glimmer of when it’s about to hit us. 503 more words


Take 2: Thinking About Being a Self-Employed Writer?

This is a reworked post from almost exactly a year ago. The question is evergreen and the conversations it started were quite helpful then, as I think they will be now. 519 more words


Downtime - A Necessity to Getting It All Done

Downtime? I don’t have time for downtime! I have a business to run!

From Merriam-Webster,  the definition of downtime

  1. time during which production is stopped especially during setup for an operation or when making repairs…

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Grammar-ease: Let's Talk about Lets

I’ve seen a lot of lets and let’s and different technical pieces I’ve edited in the past couple of weeks, so I thought it would make a good grammar post. 286 more words


Word of Mouth and Other Marketing Options

I see this statement on the back of business cards all the time now:

“The finest compliment I can receive is a referral from my friends and past clients.” 393 more words


Productivity Tip: Meeting-Free Day

Managing your own business takes a lot of discipline.

As business owners, we wear many hats because there is a lot of daily work that needs to be done. 338 more words


Grammar-ease: Passed vs Past and Other Confusing Words

In my editing endeavors recently I’ve encountered a lot of words that spellcheck doesn’t always catch and so it prompted me to share a few of them with you. 234 more words