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Be thankful for your Freelance Writing Career

I wanted to take a different angle on today’s post. While I usually give advice on how to better your writing, this time around I thought I would talk about why you should be thankful for your career. It is very easy to take your freelance writing career for granted. After you work this job for so long you begin to forget just how much better it is than sitting in an office everyday from 9 – 5.

Why are you thankful for your freelance writing career? Everybody is sure to have a different answer to this question. Here are three of my top answers:

1. Freedom. Above all else, I love the fact that I control my own career. I choose my hours, and I am the one in charge of my earnings. Simply put, when you work as a freelance writer you have the freedom to do what you want. You now have your own business, and the only boss is you!

2. Good income potential. I always say that money is not the best reason to become a freelance writer. But when it comes down to it the income potential is great. Once again, you cannot compare this detail to working a 9 – 5. As a freelance writer there is no cap on how much you can earn; there is nobody standing in your way.

3. It is fun! I would not work as a freelance writer if it was boring. I always wanted to be a writer, and doing so on a freelance basis makes it very interesting.

Why are you thankful for your freelance writing career? You may share some or all of the ideas above. I would love to hear your thoughts on this! 

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