8 Strategies for Freelance Success

Freelancing. It can be a wonderful, enriching, financially rewarding career—or it can become an “oops” in a long list of work failures. I’ve learned several strategies that lead to success as a freelancer. Here are eight of them. 1. Set goals. Whether you’re starting a new business or reinvigorating an existing one, it’s crucial to […]

A morning in the life of a freelance working mommy

Every wonder what life looks like for a working mom? Well, it’s something like this: — 11:00 p.m. (the night before) Toddler wakes up. 12:00 a.m. (the night before) After an hour of trying to get her back down, toddler still awake. Decide to take baby in bed with husband and me to go to […]

Call for Entries! Idaho Author and North American Book Awards

It’s that time of year again: Yes, time to enter the Idaho Author Awards! Only this year, there’s a bit of a twist. They’ve extended it to the entire country. That means that any author can enter who has published a book in the past 3-5 years (see details below). But hurry! Entries must be […]

Book Review: Platform by Michael Hyatt

I like a book that gives me practical advice to grow my business. That’s what I found in Michael Hyatt’s Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World. Platform is a New York Times best-selling book that offers a step-by-step guide to setting up a platform or improving a platform that already exists. Hyatt defines a […]

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8 of the Best Writing Quotes of All Time

I love quotes. I’m the person who writes quotes down on little scraps of paper and tapes them to the wall. And while I hate going through and sorting the endless paper stacks in my office, I love finding quotes tucked between bills and book outlines, meeting notes and client contracts. Quotes are just…magical, somehow. […]