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Ways to keep your Freelance Writing Career Exciting

Any career can get boring at times – this even holds true in the wonderful world of freelance writing. Although this is sure to happen at some time, there are some things you can do to keep your career as exciting as possible. Here are three ideas:

1. Talk to clients on the phone. When you do not have any outside communication it is safe to say that your career can lose some of its luster. By speaking with clients on the phone or in person you will find yourself having a much better time. I know some freelance writers disagree with this, but I strongly urge you to give it a try.

2. Start your own projects. As a freelance writer you control your schedule. For this reason you should be able to clear enough time to start and work on your own projects. This can be anything from a blog to niche websites to an ebook or anything else that comes to mind. I have found my projects to keep me on my toes and energized, day after day.

3. Write on subjects you enjoy. One of the quickest ways to get bored as a freelance writer is to consistently take on jobs that are no fun for you. It is very difficult to only work with topics that you enjoy. That being said, you should try to focus on your areas of interest as much as possible.

Do you have any other tips for keeping your freelance writing career exciting? When you have a smile on your face it will keep stress out of your life while also giving you a better chance of success within your career. 

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