There are many social media posts out there that suggest, and even encourage, breaking the writing rules. Why would you want to break the rules? Couldn’t that hurt your writing? It depends what you’re writing and also to some degree, your audience. … More Breaking the Rules of Writing
Interviewing for a company where you feel you’d be the perfect fit and thrive in your career is anxiety-inducing. Feeling good about that interview after, even more so. Then, you get the dreaded job rejection email. … More What to do After a Job Rejection
When you stumbled upon this post, you may have been thinking, “oh look, it’s ANOTHER post about how to run a blog.” While this was written to provide tools that I found helpful, keep in mind that blogging isn’t one size fits all. What worked for me, may not work for you. Blogging is a lot of trial and error. … More Helpful Blogging Tools
Recipe bloggers get a lot of hate. For most, it’s undeserved. There are reasons why a recipe blogger includes stories, tips, or other text in addition to the recipe. That aside, the reader can easily skip past that text if they’re not interested and want to get straight to the point. … More Cut Recipe Bloggers Some Slack
A writing rut can be frustrating. For me, I wanted to write but was struggling to get the words and thoughts flowing. I scoured the internet for ideas and writing prompts, and finally, something clicked. The words began to come to me once again. … More In a Writing Rut?