How’s Monday morning treating you?
I hope you’re full of energy to take on more writing jobs this week.
Without further ado, here is the first batch of gigs – remote writing jobs and all.
Have an awesome week, everyone!
Who doesn’t want to be a travel writer? For many people, that’s like achieving two dreams in one. As with any industry, success is driven by a combination of passion and talent – and getting your work in front of the right person.
If you’re experiencing disappointment trying to make your dreams reality, here are 4 tips to help shift into the right mindset and stay focused on your target.How to Become the Travel Writer You've Always Wanted to Be Click To Tweet
Job searching isn’t always fun. In fact, most people really don’t enjoy the process at all. It can be stressful, especially if you need to find work quickly for financial or even emotional reasons.
The work-at-home job scene is no different. If you’re looking for a regular freelance writing job with a traditional company, you’ll have to conduct a job search the same way you’d do it for a “regular” job.
Most of these leads will ask for a resume and possibly a cover letter or other written document that shares your experience and qualifications. You might even be dealing with a lot of online application systems, which make it hard to stand out and get noticed in the sea of freelancers.
That said, the key to landing a good remote writing job is to get noticed, get in front of the right people, and make a good impression.What to Do If You Aren't Getting Freelance Work Offers Click To Tweet