Category: Work from Home

Category: Work from Home

My Midweek Thoughts on Writing, Productivity, and Creativity

It’s Thursday morning, and it’s almost 3 AM. I’m back with my nocturnal mode when it comes to working and writing. Time flies fast and it’s already May. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to update my entries here. Let’s just say, “Life happened.”

Of Vertigo Attacks, Focus, and Creativity

Friday night before bedtime, I started eating salty food to satiate my cravings. I knew I was going to be in trouble. High sodium can trigger my tinnitus, caused by Meniere’s, that will sometimes result in vertigo.

What 2013 Has Taught Me on My Writing Life

There are many things to be grateful for 2013 that it would take me hours to list them down. Most of all, experience has taught me well as a professional writer. The freelancing industry is an ocean for us—fishes in all sizes—to swim in, and if you don’t know how to, you’ll end up frustrated

Work from Home is Harder Than you Think

Work from home is harder than you think. If you envy freelancers for having the coolest job in the world, I guess you don’t know much of our trade. I thought it was going to be easy when I started as a news contributor for a Christian blog. Honestly, I had no plans to become

Top 10 Must-Have Items for Startup Freelance Writers

Startup freelance writers find it difficult to jumpstart a career that is unknown to them because I’ve been asked several times on how to start a freelance work or a part-time job for extra income. As I look back, I remember the hard work and sleepless nights I endured, and they are worth it. I’ve

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