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Weekend Quick Tip: When Freelance Writing gets boring

Is it possible for your freelance writing career to become boring? In short, yes it is. Even if you love your career you are going to face days when you are bored for one reason or the next. This happens with every job, and freelance writing is no different. Fortunately, for me at least, these times are few and far between. Even though some days are better than others, being bored is not something that I usually have to deal with.

If freelance writing boredom has set in, try out these tips:

1. Mix up your workload. It is easy to become bored if you are always working on the same types of projects. If your regular workload is SEO articles, change things up by working on a few feature pieces. When you have different types of projects on your plate it is easy to stay excited and motivated.

2. Find a new workspace. Many freelance writers get bored working alone in the same room, day in and day out. If this sounds like you, relocate to another area of your house. Better yet, take your laptop to a local coffee shop or bookstore to get some work done. A change of environment may be all you need to wipe away the boredom.

3. Talk to others in the industry. It can be easy to get bored as a freelance writer if you never interact with others. Do you have any friends in the industry? If so, stay in touch with them on a regular basis. You can do this via phone, email, or instant messenger. It does not matter how you communicate as long as you do so.

If your freelance writing career is becoming boring use the three tips above to break out of this funk.

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