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It's 37 minutes past seven in the evening and I'm wondering if I should write about a slightly taboo topic. Taboo because no-one wants to receive the backlash of opinions when speaking for or against single parenthood!
Yes it's hard work, yes there are times where you feel unappreciated, and yes it can feel as if you're wading through treacle at times, when no amount of distractions will stop a tantrum.
Words are dead, right? I mean we're talking in characters now, aren't we? Or acronyms - save your reader valuable seconds
Five years ago I dumped the commute, sold out of my various business interests and became a full time freelance writer. It was in many respects the worst career decision I've ever made, but at the same time, also the best. It depends on which day you ask.
Over the last few months I've decided to dust off my PhD proposal. As I've contemplated returning to the academic world, I've
I write a lot. Some of it even makes it on paper. By paper I obviously mean MS Word or the notes section on my iPhone. Conservative
There is only one reason for this blog post: Because your (hard-working heart) probably sucks at setting boundaries with your clients. And guess what? It's only going to get harder during the holidays.
To paraphrase Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' (and that's not something I do every day!) - 'There's something rotten in the state
Sometimes, things go wrong, even for the best of us. When you get a complaint, always be professional and resolve it if you can. If you can't, refund any payment made, and part on good terms. You never know how that will benefit you over time.
I heard an ad for Money Supermarket on the radio the other day, whether the voiceover included the expression: "Hashtag epic". Yes, he actually spoke the word "hashtag".