I am the owner and operator of several blogs including WriterSanctuary.com. As a freelance writer since 2012, I have covered a range of topics and completed over 8,000 projects for clients. Follow me @WriterSanctuary on Twitter.
Week 2 of My 12-Week Fitness Challenge: Lackluster Ending
With week 2 of my fitness challenge over, it's time to take a look at my recent performance. And although I am still losing weight, I feel as though I could be doing much better. Especially after last night's binge-fest.
Why I Continue to Do What I Do On YouTube Despite No Income
I've been making videos on YouTube since about September of 2018. Although I am still a few hundred hours away from joining the YouTube Partner Program and don't make ad revenue from the videos, I continue to make them.
How I Overcome Procrastination...Mostly
Procrastination will hinder your progress. This is true in just about anything in life. And as a writer or blogger, it can easily set you back from the success you want to achieve. With everything I have on my plate, how do I avoid procrastination without stressing myself out?
Will I Publish Low-Content Books on Amazon?
Amazon has a lot of ways you can publish content to make a few bucks. From full-length novels to short serials, there's something for just about everyone. But are low-content books something I would publish myself?
Pros and Cons of Having a Home Office as a Freelancer
A lot of people relish the idea of working from home. It has a lot of perks but also has a bit of a dark side. Over the last 10 years of being a freelance writer, I've experienced quite a bit of both sides of the spectrum.
How I Built Self-Confidence to Succeed as a Writer
I've never been one who exuded a grand level of self-confidence, especially when it came to writing. I never really thought of myself as an expert or even as an amateur in most cases. But over the past decade, I've made incredible leaps and bounds to become the success I am today.
Week 1 of My 12-Week Fitness Challenge: Down 3.6 Pounds...ish
After the first week of my 12-Week Fitness Challenge, I am down 3.6 pounds. Well, as far as I can estimate. I completely forgot to weigh in yesterday, so, I am estimating the weight to be the same as the day before.
Why Asana is Still One of My Favorite Apps for Productivity
During any given week, I have a slew of things I need to get done. Probably more so than a lot of people, when you break it down. Seriously, trying to maintain all of the blogs, YouTube channels, clients, the audiobook, writing the next novel, and remembering to exercise fills my week. Thanks to Asana, though, I can easily keep track of everything I want to do without trying to remember I want to do them.
Why I'm Not as Active On Social Media as I Should Be
Social media is the cornerstone of modern civilization. It's how friends and family stay in touch from different parts of the world, where creators can share their talents easily, and how businesses can interact with consumers directly. But when all is said and done, I've just never really been a big fan of social media in general.
Yes, Hustling Hard Can Be Counterproductive
Hustle culture. Where professionals push themselves to be the pinnacle of success regardless of the world around them. It's when your lifestyle supersedes that of anything else in life for the sake of having the most toys, the biggest house, or the most expensive cars.
Why I'm Not a Fan of Publishing on Amazon but Do So Anyway
Recently, I published my first book on Amazon's KDP platform. It was suggested by one of my viewers, so I decided to give the entire process of self-publishing a try. I wrote A Freelancer's Tale with the sole purpose of using it as a vessel to expand my knowledge of how to publish a book on my own. So, I'm not expecting to make a lot of money, especially since it's an autobiography of someone very few people know.