We all know the importance of libraries even in today’s context. Especially in today’s context. However, we also realize that this sector is facing massive challenges, and it is up to us who comprehend its significance and role to offer support. So, here at FWJ, we’re promoting Be the Change Supporting the American Library Association. [Read more…]
Freelance writing takes grit.
You have to put your faith in your own talent and strike off on your own, without the comfort of an office job and stable paycheck.
Freelance writing also requires thinking outside the box in terms of what you write, who you write for, and building up your portfolio. Creativity is in your ink. [Read more…]
If you find that mundane day-to-day tasks steal away a lot of your time, making it harder for you to focus on the more important tasks at hand, it’s likely you’re keen to find ways to increase productivity and streamline your working day. [Read more…]
Why settle for a 30% discount when you can get a 50% discount instead?
From today until January 2, 2018 (it’s time to adjust to changing that last number!), the Flexjobs New Year promo will be available to anyone who wants to find the best telecommute jobs and make some serious savings at the same time. [Read more…]
You all know about our ongoing promo partnership with Flexjobs, which can give you up to 30 percent discount on membership. But because today is that day – when everyone’s expected to slash prices – Flexjobs is going the extra mile.
Well, more like the extra percentages in discounts.
Let’s get right down to the details. What do you think of these numbers?
- $5 for a month instead of $14.95. That’s 67% off!
- $15 for 3 months instead of $29.95. That’s 50% off!
- $25 for a year instead of $49.95. That’s 50% off!
If those aren’t irresistible discounts, then I don’t know what is. You can easily earn the subscription fee back in a month! You truly can’t find much better deals than what Flexjobs is offering this season.
In case you’re still on the fence – maybe you’re asking why you ought to pay for such a service – here are several reasons we highly recommend subscribing to Flexjobs:
- You get access to a vast database of jobs
- The database is regularly updated
- The jobs are manually screened to ensure a scam-free service
While there are other paid services which offer jobs, not many match Flexjobs’ reputation and reliability. Else, we wouldn’t be vouching for them.
To get the markdown, use code FRIDAY when checking out. The code is valid till Monday, November 27.
Once upon a time, there was the hum-drum office space, where people would gather from far and near, take to their desks and work. Then came the internet. Soon after, forward-thinking companies like Apple and Google formed huge corporate community workspaces. Then came social media. Soon after that, the “startup” appeared on the scene, mirroring the corporate workforce, but fusing into a smaller network of guerrilla entrepreneurs. [Read more…]
“So avoid using the word ‘very’ because it’s lazy. A man is not very tired, he is exhausted. Don’t use very sad, use morose. Language was invented for one reason, boys – to woo women – and, in that endeavor, laziness will not do. It also won’t do in your essays.”
― N.H. Kleinbaum, Dead Poets Society
I’ve always thought that lazy writers are worse than “bad” writers (those who just need to hone their craft). If we were to live by the quote above, I suppose I just revealed how I think of myself as a writer — at times, at least.
There is no point in denying it — I use “very” more than I should.
How about you? Are you aware of how often you use the word? [Read more…]
Writing inspiration is all around us, everywhere we look. That guy at the next table at the coffee shop who’s alone and reading a book instead of playing with his phone. That little girl at the park sitting on the grass staring at a tree. That sparrow who is pecking at the crumbs of your cheesecake.
Books. Blog posts. TV shows. And, yes, movies.
Even if these materials aren’t specifically about writing, we can still glean inspiration from them. Today, I’m sharing watching material for movie buffs – or even the casual movie watcher. I’ve seen some of these movies, while the others are on my watch list. [Read more…]