Lane Changes and the Mobility of a Freelance Business

You know those last minute lane changes you sometimes have to make to get where you’re going? That’s me. Again. Having a freelance business means I’m always in a state of flux. Slowly chipping away at the marble to find the creation and end result of Writing in the Fast Lane. And when you have lane in your name, then lane changes are bound to happen, right?

So, slight change of plans. A couple of weeks ago, I posted “Getting Back on Track” and had plans to revise Friday morning musings. Instead, we’ll be posting twice a week. I’ll mirror #writingtipTuesday with a grammar post and Thursdays will focus on freelancing, freelance writing, and business or some mashup thereof. My interests are wide and varied and to borrow from Forrest Gump, in this box of chocolates, “you never know what you’ll get.” Though, I promise to try to be a bit more fastidious and on target than a box of chocolates.

*I know this post is a little shorter than usual, but, I’d love to hear your thoughts on what you think “the mobility of a freelance business means.” Next week, look for The Synergy of the Online and Offline Worlds and How they Can Increase ROI.

**And if there’s something you’d like to see covered, let me know in the comments!

Image: Drawbridge in Mystic, CT by Matt Rogers

 

 

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