At the start of May I split my original website “Rachel Maree” into two. That is how “Write Freelancer for You” was developed. It is daunting and exciting to embark on a new part of my writing career and I am looking forward to what the future will bring.
My aim is to create a site where new and established freelancers can find tips, tools and helpful information. I want to create a constructive and friendly environment, with a particular focus on work-at-home-mums (WAHM’s). I hope that in by doing so, this becomes a space for open communication and networking between freelance writers.
This last month has been busy with separating my sites and creating the new one. I am looking forward to the next few months and where this adventure will take me.
This months blogs:
In case you missed any blog posts over May and want to read them, here they are:
- The Creation of Write Freelancer For You
- Why you should choose freelance writing as a way to earn money as a WAHM.
- How to start your freelance writing business.
- What is holding you back from being a freelance writer?
- 12 tips for new freelance writers.
- How to be your own boss: the secrets to a successful freelance writing business.
- The secrets to avoid becoming overwhelmed as a freelancer and WAHM?
- Discover how to write a professional and thorough creative brief.
- 6 lessons I learnt in my first year as a freelance writer.
What I learnt this month.
It has been such a crazy and busy month. With growing a baby, building a business, mothering and still working my day job as a nurse I felt pulled in many different directions.
I learnt that I had to take a step back and re-prioritise. I had to remind myself of why I was doing it in the first place – to be more present for my children. So if it takes me slightly longer to grow my business so I don’t have to be glued to my computer so much right now, so be it.
My family is, and always will be, my main priority.