Priceless Writing Tips Myth Busters Fan Club: Writer’s Blocks Do Not Exist

writers blocksDo you agree that there are no such things as writer’s blocks?
In professional jargon, a writer’s block is a mysterious condition that paralyzes the writing process. Symptoms include staring blankly at the screen or paper and not getting any new words out. There is, however, a wonderful cure to all these symptoms.
And that cure is… understanding that writer’s blocks do not exist outside of our imagination.

The Miraculous Cure for Any Writer’s Block

Even though writing requires much creativity, there are at least 3 reasons why you simply can’t afford to suffer from imaginary ‘writer’s blocks’:

  • deadlines;
  • bonuses;
  • things to do after work.

The real reasons hiding behind the mythical blocks are usually laziness, boredom, fatigue or too strong emotions. This is why, every time the words ‘writer’s block’ nearly slip out from our mouths, we’d better stop. Stop and just be honest as to what’s the real cause of our procrastination.
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Freelance Writing: Simple Tips on Complicated Topics Online Writing Jobs: Best Alternative to Office Labor

online writing jobsSome innovations make us lazy. Why go all the way to a TV set to switch the channel, when you have a remote? Why go to a pizzeria when you can order pizza with just 1 click?
The next question to ask yourself is: why sit in a boring office when you can have fun with online writing jobs?

Online Writing Jobs: Real Advantages

Maybe in the future, other professions will be able to work from home, too. It would be interesting to see how secretaries or HR managers might escape the boring office routine.
Writers, however, can start working from home right now.
Bye-bye office routine! Hello flexible schedule and creative tasks!
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Company News State of the High Season: 2013 Edition

It’s been a while, guys! We hope that you’re all doing great. We are back with our “State of the High Season” posts (which weren’t THAT frequent, by the way).

A couple of friendly tips for all of our writers, who want to get the maximum out of the high season, while it lasts:

- don’t be afraid to ask: if you find an order, which you’re interested in, but you’re not sure about the deadline or the current price per page – get back to our Support Team. Simply message them or join a Live Chat session. They are flexible, when it comes to price suggestions and deadline extensions.

NOTE: Don’t be afraid to request a higher price or a better deadline – all of these terms are NEGOTIABLE.

It’s a win-win situation, as you help us get the job done and we give more in return for your work. Keep your requests coming!

- have a good friend, who’s also proficient in writing? As the demand is growing, we’re looking for more writers in various fields of study. You can help a friend, by offering him a great source of income.

- keep in mind that the high season will soon be coming to an end, so the more quality work is done by you the better: you have more chances of gaining a new status, and we’re not even talking about financial benefits, which are pretty obvious here.

Good luck with all of your orders!

Truly Yours
RWC Team

Freelance Writing: Simple Tips on Complicated Topics Try Out Working from Home and Change Your Life Now!

working from home“The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” – Stephen Covey
Do you spend enough time on what’s really important? Or do you often forget what’s really important to you?
In his best seller, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey wrote that, at the end of life, nobody would regret that s/he didn’t spend more time in the office. Most people, however, would regret instead that they didn’t spend more time with their dear and near.
This simple truth can be a perfect start for prioritizing what’s really important to you and… considering working from home.

Is Working from Home Right for You?

If you still have doubts whether a freelance job can improve the quality of your life, here is a quick checklist for you:
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