I remember when I was so cheap. I’d accept $5 for a 500-word article. I’d turn it in before deadline, and it was pre-written, written, and proofread. I started freelancing early, and I got a lot of projects. I earned okay, but I had little time for myself and I had bills to chase anyway.
A Dandy Dozen is a special blog series featuring noteworthy social figures and their answers to a mix of twelve (12) political, legal, personal, and social questions. The questions will range from their favorite type of music, their position on a certain social issue, their favorite movie, or family milestones. The main objective of this project is to humanize certain public figures and to tell authentic stories about their
I’ve been blogging for more than ten years. It started as innocent journaling and now, I’m doing commissioned projects for different sorts of brands and companies. I also do print and corporate projects—written documentation, scriptwriting, PR and marketing work–but blogging has always held a special place in my heart. With blogging, I can reach an unbelievable audience scope, and the ability to multiply my influence expands exponentially. Today, more and