The hardest part about pursuing something that isn’t a “traditional” job is that often, the people closest to you are the ones squashing your dreams, even if they don’t quite realize they’re doing it.
If you dream of a career in travel writing, you might quickly become discouraged by some of the information available on how to do so.
I’m part of a great writing group on Facebook. I love helping out with questions and sharing some of my experiences there. A while ago, someone asked if there were any tips on polishing a writer’s resumé.
How get organized when you’re multi-talented!
Here’s a post to answer the question I get asked all the time: how in the world do you get it all done?
When writers Google “How to Improve Your Writing,” they get answers about improving grammar, spelling, and punctuation, which is all very important, of course.
But for MultiTalented Writers, improving our writing takes a different form. Olutobi Konigbagbe discusses how to improve your writing when you’re MultiTalented in today’s guest post.
When I told some people close to me that I wanted to be a writer, there was no shortage of negative comments and discouragement.