Category: Growth and Organization

WRITING ALL WRONGS

Reasons to disconnect from social media

Social media is a great thing for people who wish to connect to others on the internet. It helps promote friendships, relationships, and staying in touch. Despite the positive things, social media is also a breeding ground for misinformation, arguments, bullying, and other problems.

Social Media Platforms for Your Blog

You want to drive traffic to your blog, but you don’t know how to do it. There’s a pretty easy answer to this, social media. People spend a lot of time on social media so it’s the number one way to guarantee that people know about your blog. The question is what social media should be using.

The Best Places to Find Freelance Work

Being a freelancer is already hard. You have to keep track of all of your projects and where you are with them. You don’t set hours, which is great in theory because you can work whenever you want, but it usually results in you working all the time. Nobody is taking taxes out of your income so you have to figure that out yourself and by the way, did I mention paying in quarterly?

Bouncing Back After Job Loss and Unemployment

Losing your job can seem like the end of the world. We depend on our jobs for income to be able to take care of ourselves and others. Our jobs can also be part of our identity, so its loss can negatively impact one’s sense of self-identity and self-worth.

How I Work While Being a Stay at Home Mom

I am a stay at home mom and a writer. I can’t imagine giving either one of those things up. I love being with my son all day and I love writing. They’re both parts of me and I’ve had to figure out how to balance them. My little one is a very active and energetic almost-two-year-old so I can’t just tell him that mommy has an important deadline and expect him to understand.

Tips for students going to college

College can be tough, but it is important to remember the reasons you are going. Here are some tips to get you through the semester.

The Power of No

All too often we find ourselves always saying “yes.” “Yes” in order to get someone to get off our backs, “yes” to help someone else with their needs even though we have so much of our own need to attend, “yes” when we just plain don’t want to but don’t want to hurt the other person. But then once we start to keep on with “yes”, others begin to ask more and more from us.

Kenneth Ngwa: The Man Behind the Scenes

Meet Kenneth Ngwa, a Cameroonian filmmaker who’s using his passion for enriching the film culture for his home and making quality content while doing so.

Dress Clothes Explained

When you think “dress code”, you would immediately get the impression that you were going to end back up at grade school. Thankfully, (or unfortunately in some cases), I do not wish to draw you back into your young school days.

Keeping Track of Tax Deductions

This is especially true if you’re an independent contractor or a business owner because you’ll have to pay in quarterly for your taxes. Finding deductions is pretty easy if you know what you’re looking for, but keeping track of them to make sure you can actually deduct them is the hard part.