7 Habits of Truly Successful Freelance Writers

There’s a big difference between being a good writer and being a successful writer. Of the millions of freelance writers around the world, more than 50 percent make less than $10,000 a year.  Just 7 percent make over $40,000. If you want to take your freelance writing career to the next level and join the select few that make a living writing, you need to learn the … Continue reading 7 Habits of Truly Successful Freelance Writers

3 Things You’ll Need to Deal With Before You Leave Your 9-5

Just the thought of no longer having to commute to an office to spend 8 hours sitting at a desk is enough to ignite wanderlust in even the most content worker bee. But while Instagram makes the digital nomad life look like all beaches and beautiful resorts, its so much more than that. It’s taking full responsibility for your own finances and financial future. You’ll … Continue reading 3 Things You’ll Need to Deal With Before You Leave Your 9-5

7 Things to Know Before You Fly on a Budget Airline

If you’ve read any of my other posts, you know that I LOVE to fly. I love having to pack up everything for my trip into a single suitcase or two rather than giving in to the urge to bring a bunch of totes and duffels. I love getting snacks or shopping for overpriced, generic souvenirs at the terminal. I love the buzz of excitement, … Continue reading 7 Things to Know Before You Fly on a Budget Airline

Where I Went: Getting Married in the Ozark Mountains

It’s been a few months since I updated my blog. But I’m back now, and ready to share with you the reason I’ve been away… I got married! And I’ve got to say, planning a wedding as a digital nomad was both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, I was able to take calls with vendors at any time. When deadlines needed … Continue reading Where I Went: Getting Married in the Ozark Mountains

6 Apps to Organize Your Freelance Writing Career

Unless you land a killer gig right from the start or you are an experienced freelance writer who has been in the business for a while, you’re likely going to be dealing with several clients at once. More clients and projects mean more money, but it can also mean more hassle and confusion. And the more you improve your writing skills, the more freelance jobs … Continue reading 6 Apps to Organize Your Freelance Writing Career

Where I Went: 48 Hours at Disney World

At the end of January, I attended a conference hosted by a client of mine in St. Petersburg, Florida. Since a travel stipend was already covering my flight and hotel stay during the conference(one of the many perks of that some freelance jobs offer), I jumped at the chance to take advantage of the opportunity and extend my stay! After my conference wrapped up, I … Continue reading Where I Went: 48 Hours at Disney World