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Weekend Quick Tip: Stock up on Office Supplies

Freelance writers are responsible for every aspect of their career including buying office supplies. If you work a corporate job this is not something that you have to bother with. Instead, when you run out of something, such as printer paper, you either make a request or head to a closet somewhere in your building and reload. Unfortunately, things are not this easy for freelance writers.

While you don’t want to spend too much on office supplies, it is my belief that you should always be well stocked. I hate running out of something that I need, and in turn being forced out of the office during a busy time. For example, you never want to run out of ink for your printer. If you do you will have no choice but to run to the store right away. To avoid this, I always keep a couple of ink cartridges on hand.

The office supplies you need as a freelance writer are not overly expensive. In fact, they can be downright cheap if you know where to shop. As I look around my desk, the supplies I use the most are pens, notepads, sticky notes, and printer paper. None of these items are overly expensive, and most of them will last quite some time.

If you stock up on office supplies once and for all you won’t have to do so again for a long time. In turn, you will always have what you need and will never be forced to leave your office when you don’t have time to do so. 

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