Lindsay Rae Brown
Lindsay Brown is a freelance writer who loves to give people a chuckle with relatable stories about everyday life.
All The Reasons Why I Don’t Want To Be a Thousandaire
There’s been a bit of talk lately about how difficult it is to make money on content-sharing sites such as Vocal. And I’m not here to refute that. Despite having written far more during April than I ever have, I’m pretty sure my monthly payout between all of my sites is going to be its lowest ever.
Why Is It That You’re Always The Bad Guy When You Sit On A Baby?
First of all, I’d like to point out that I didn’t sit on the baby intentionally. It was an entirely understandable misunderstanding in that I was a little drunk, and the baby, being a newborn, was relatively small and undetectable in my inebriated state.
- Second Place in Eat Local Challenge
Love Letters & Lasagna
I met Chef Stella at a time in my life when I really needed to know Chef Stella. My husband and I owned a small sandwich shop, and we were struggling to do all of the businessy things that one needs to do to keep their company afloat.
How To Support the Writer in Your Life
So you’ve decided to love a wordsmith. It is a daunting task considering your writer’s tendency towards self-loathing and bouts of inadequacy-induced rage while staring blankly at a Word processing screen. Not to mention the countless beta reading sessions you must partake in even though you are not interested in space-themed erotica even in the slightest.
Journaling Has Helped Me Separate My Work From My Identity
I was dealing with rejection long before I ever became a published writer. There's a good possibility that this is why I've been able to stick it out in this industry of sorry-not-for-us emails and crippling rebuffs.
Building a restaurant is challenging. It comes with a lot of stress and heartache if the creators in question don’t have the proper start-up capital to do the thing properly.
How To Make a Cool $30 By Urinating on Small Children
I was never much of a babysitter. Living on a farm in the middle of nowhere provided little opportunity to make money by looking after the nonexistent neighbour kids.
The Balancing Act Between Vocal and Medium
I’m approaching my six-month mark at Vocal and have been pleasantly surprised with the platform. Before joining, I wrote for Medium and was fortunate enough to gain a following and readership from my various articles published there.