What makes a good podcast? After listening to hundreds of episodes over the last year and a half as a freelance writer, I think I've found the formula.
I Think Curiosity is My Best Transferable Skill
Over the last 10 years, I’ve been employed by six companies/organizations… seven if you count being self-employed as I am now. These roles have been everything from full-time permanent, short-term co-op positions, and part-time contract work. They’ve spanned industries including professional sports, church ministry, higher education, government, and the daycare field. I’ve written previously about … Continue reading I Think Curiosity is My Best Transferable Skill
The One Thing I Didn’t Forget in Economics 101
*This article was originally written for and published on my personal LinkedIn on March 30, 2022. I’m no economist. I have no particular love for numbers. And I really can’t recall the vast majority of what we covered in the two Econ classes I took during University. But there is one thing I remember, and … Continue reading The One Thing I Didn’t Forget in Economics 101
Why You Should Repurpose Your Podcast into an Article
*This article was originally written for and published on my personal LinkedIn on February 16, 2022. Count me among the millions of people who discovered podcasts in the last few years. I love them. I listen to ones with topics ranging from health and wellness to deep-dives on obscure cults. Podcasts have been having their … Continue reading Why You Should Repurpose Your Podcast into an Article
Top 6 Tips for New Freelance Writers
I’ve been a full-time freelancer for about six months or so now. I went from never even hearing about freelance writing to watching a YouTube video (should out to Alexandra Fasulo and this video that started me down the freelance path!) to successfully earning enough to cover all my monthly expenses in just six months. … Continue reading Top 6 Tips for New Freelance Writers
Apparently I freelance now.
I left my job in Dec 2020. It's a long story, but the short version was that it wasn't the right fit for me. I found it overwhelming and stressful, and couldn't see myself there long-term. I was burnt out and needed a break. So I quit. I purposefully did not look for another job … Continue reading Apparently I freelance now.