Studied Political Science at Duquesne University.
Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute.
Published May 30th 2020
As a freelance writer, you can write as the sky is the limit. You can write as a hobby leisurely. You can write full-time or part-time. The question, though, is where is the best location? Personally, I think at home.
First of all, no need to sit in bumper-to-bumper traffic. No need for a vehicle period. No vehicle upkeep. No expensive office attire. You save money period. You may work in your jammies. No noisy atmosphere. You may only have noise if you so choose to do so, such as a radio or a fan.
No workplace gossip. No unhealthy lunches. You have your own kitchen to prepare what you so choose. Save money from being blown at Starbucks and use your own coffee maker. You can make your own hours.
No supervisor telling you what to do. A writer may make as little or as much as he/she desires. You can work from wherever you want, whether from your kitchen table or on top of your bed. You have less stress. You may be happier.
You can be a stay-at-home parent. You can do what you love. For example, that blog you have dreamed of. A writer has more time available to exercise. Next, you may take a break or "siesta". I have always wondered why the United States never had a set siesta like some European countries. Having siesta time is so good for productivity.
Writing at home perks are what have kept me at it all these years. People usually say to me, "Oh, you like to keep yourself busy". People do not consider me as having a "job". I proudly say that I am productive and what I do, writing, really is a job. Who cares what people think. If you are good at writing, do your writing. If you like writing comedy, write comedy. If you like romance, write romance. You get my drift. People are never going to stop reading, not even with paper. There is always going to be writing job availability. So ladies and gentlemen, write on.