If anyone is harassing me, I can report the incident only to myself

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I post six hours a day to every media outlet I am able to find. This has resulted in about 30,000 views each month. That results in about fifty cents per day in ad revenue. I’m rolling in success.


As freelance travel writers, we are quite fortunate to have the liberty to work for anyone in any part of the world while residing in any geography

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Make use of this advantage by pitching to clients in countries that are offering travel writing work. While the coronavirus numbers tell us one story, reality speaks another. When the UK was peeking its hospital capacity and the outlook seemed grim, I surprisingly got a chance to write for a London-based AirBnB management services company. Do not let all the morose news bring your spirits low. Many countries are opening tourism again. A bunch of European nations, some South-East Asian islands and parts of Africa will soon be launching their travel campaigns. (Now you know where to start pitching. 😉 )


Being blessed enough to wake up and look forward to going to work, working from home or just the day in general is one of the best feelings in life

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I speak from current experience! Right now, I’m completing a travel writing internship. And let me tell you, I absolutely adore it. I’ve always had a passion for writing and my wanderlust is never-ending, so combining the two seemed like a no-brainer for me. The feeling of waking up in the morning and being excited about what destination I’m going to write about next makes me feel very thankful. It also makes me feel very thankful that I’m able to connect with and inspire others through writing. That’s certainly where I feel like I’m fulfilling part of my purpose!


When you are starting out as a new business your main issue and hurdle to get over is getting your name out there and known

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When someone gets in contact with you and their asking you to play and the rate of pay is either non-existent or very minimal I would run through a checklist of questions…


Price shoppers (looking for the *best price*) probably won’t pay fair amounts — whether you give them your prices right away or you spend time crafting an email and a custom quote for them

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At least if they can already see from your website that you’re way above their budget, you won’t waste your time trying to convince them otherwise.


Need Home Improvement Help? These Tips Are For You!

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Working From Home Is Real

The Internet can provide limitless knowledge to help you in nearly any area. Running a successful work from home business is definitely one subject you will find interesting. This article contains information that can help you start your own business, or improve the home business enterprise you currently have.

You should be prepared to give a soundbite that can simply explain your business. If you are able to talk about your business in a couple sentences, it will impress prospective clients. This will help you come up with a slogan that expresses your business’ main objective.

Even when you are working from home, you should take pride in your appearance. In a home office scenario, you may feel the desire to work in your pajamas. Dress business casual, as you would for most jobs outside the home. Getting dressed professionally will help you feel professional and improve your productivity.


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Chasing things you don’t have

Past moments

I used to be a very calm person.

I grew up to be resilient. When shit gets thrown at you, you deal with it realizing that things could be a whole lot worse. You remain calm in the face of fires and keep on trucking.

But I realized it was just a coping mechanism. I learned to protect my myself and sanity by numbing all of my emotions. I learned to not care too much about anything. It was safe.

What’s different now? I care a lot about my business. This is the first thing I’ve worked so hard on, by choice, in my life. I’ve lost my cool and have a lot of new anxiety now because I care so much about it. The people close to me have noticed as well. They say that it’s for the worse, and I agree.

I noticed that I have a pattern…

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Boost Your Weekly Mood: Starting with Monday


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Monday has a reputation problem. Even if you absolutely love your career, making the transition from your own weekend schedule to getting up early and commuting back to the office can feel like a chore. But there are small ways to make a Monday mood better, or at least more bearable. Here are tips to starting your week on the right foot and avoid a case of “the Mondays.”

Keep a regular sleep cycle 

Your mind may know the difference between weekdays and weekend, but your body doesn’t. Your circadian rhythm will try to keep any routine you train it to follow. If you sleep late for two days on the weekends, don’t be surprised if it’s harder to get to sleep on Sunday night and you feel groggy on Monday morning. Keep a regular sleep schedule on the weekends and it will be easier to get up when your…

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Gig Talents

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Gig Talents

Gig Talents by R . Siddharthan

economy is a temporary work system based on short-term relationship between
talents and organisation. Talents perform gigs, in which they are employed for
a specific task or time and they get paid for gigs.

talents are those who simply don’t want or need full-time employment or those who
are searching for full-time employment but need to earn while they job-hunt.

Interestingly, it’s the youngest and the oldest talents —
boomers and Gen Z — are positive towards gig as they feel it gives them flexibility with reasonable stability. The
middle two groups — Gen Y and Gen X — are most lukewarm.

it is projected that gig talents will comprise half the workforce by2020, and
as much as 80% by 2030.

a country that is well on its way to establishing a strong
gig economy…

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