With just one semester of school left and an on-the-go lifestyle, I needed a way to make money without making a commitment. Freelance writing paid pennies, but I worked hard to turn the change into dollars.
Fast forward five years. Writing anywhere from 3000 to 5000 words a day on average, that temporary side hustle has become my freelance writing career. A lie I believed too long finally lost its grip.
As it turns out:
Writer is an actual job title.
Writing is also a legitimate way to serve.
Whether you’re working, serving, or just honing your craft, productivity matters when you’re writing.
As I’ve completed a variety of types of assignments over the years, I’ve learned a few things about project-based productivity.
I’m grateful to Meg for letting me share some of those lessons on her blog today!
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