Tag Archives: job

Last time I was this pregnant…

So most of you probably know by now that I’m expecting a baby. Soon. I’ve written about how, er, challenging it was to work through some of the woes of pregnancy, and I’ve also written about how we’re going to … Continue reading

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My deductible is going to be how much??

Normally, I enjoy being a freelancer. I do. I like the flexibility and the variety. I remember being afraid, when I first embarked on the freelance life, that I’d never find a way to make it work for me. I … Continue reading

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Working for (or during) the weekend

Raise your hand if you’re working–either as an employee of someone else or as a freelancer–today or at some point over the three-day Memorial Day weekend. I was grousing earlier because I am trying to pin a couple of people … Continue reading

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What is your work worth?

Fellow writer and blogger Lori Widmer asks the question of other writers, “Is it all about the dollar signs for you?” Widmer, who created Writers Worth Day, makes a really interesting point: wouldn’t it be better to focus more on … Continue reading

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