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September: The month of travel, Gaelic coffee and family!

September, travel, gaelic coffee, family

The start of September was very rocky. I was still unwell with a cough and virus I could not shake, which turned into a chest infection requiring antibiotics, steroids and ventolin to get rid of! I also had to have a small surgical procedure (which thankfully went smoothly and had very positive results). And on …

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How to set boundaries as a freelance writer and WAHM

  When you are a work-at-home-mum (WAHM) the lines between work and home life often become blurred. Working from home means it is so easy for your work life to bleed through to your personal life. You can become distracted by family, neighbours, social media, laundry and other household chores. And on the other hand …

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GUEST POST OF THE MONTH: How to spend more time making money and less time on household chores

Today’s guest post of the month is bought to you by Lois of Foxglove Avenue. Lois helps Mompreneurs structure their life and business is such a way they achieve balance and a stress free lifestyle that supports their growing business. Social media, client onboarding, billing…as freelancers there is so much of our business that we …

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Where do you work from when you run a home-based business?

where do you work from when you run a home based business

I have read many articles and blogs about treating your work from home freelance writing business like an “office job”. Many of these articles and blogs talk about setting up a dedicated space (such as a home office) in your house, or even to rent an office, where you can go to work. I do …

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How to find great content ideas for your freelance writing clients.

content ideas for clients

So, what do you do when the idea well has run dry? How do you continuously generate content ideas? Ones that are not stale, generic or boring?   Below are some simple steps that I take to get those creative juices flowing and ensure what I write is targeted at the wants and needs of …

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PART TWO: How to be a freelance writer as a work-at-home-mum (WAHM).

how to be a freelance writer and work-at-home-mum

Welcome to Part Two of “How to be a freelance writer as a work-at-home-mum”. As I mentioned in Part One, this was meant to be a single post, but it ended up being so long I split it into two parts. In Part One we covered: Setting realistic goals Creating support systems Writing a business …

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