Highlights of (and links to) blog posts and podcasts following new freelance copywriter and journalist, Bryn Mooth, through the ups and downs of her first year of freelancing.
The latest in a series of podcast/interviews with independent journalist and copywriter, Bryn Mooth, on how she's using LinkedIn to market her services.
When it comes to taxes, are you deducting everything you can? Journalist and copywriter, Bryn Mooth, wasn't, but here's what she's doing from now on.
Last Monday, May 2, Bryn Mooth embarked on a journey as a freelance writer (Writes4food.com), after a 20-year career in publishing (as the editor of HOW Magazine). One week later, I interviewed her to see what the first week was like. She shares insights on: What’s been most energizing and gratifying during this transition...
Today is the first day of the rest of Bryn Mooth's life. she is now a freelance editor/writer and her new business is called writes4food. Welcome to the freelance world, Bryn. The water is very warm in here and we can't wait for your blog posts from the other side.
Here are the topics we've got scheduled for the 2 days of "Breakfast Roundtables" at #CFConf this Sunday and Monday. Come join the conversation!
In this pre-#CFConf chat, Bryn Mooth shares what she's learned about the ups and the downs of freelancing and some of the things that have tripped her up in her 2 years as an independent.
Podcast: Bryn Mooth on where she is after 2 years of freelancing and her upcoming CFC session: What to Expect When You’re Freelancing, which is perfect for those who are anywhere on the continuum from "I’m thinking about it" to "I’ve made the move but I’m still struggling,"
At CFC 2013, we'll focus on your values and your taxes with Sarah Durham of Big Duck and June Walker, author of "The Confident Indie." Early bird rates end March 15.
In the latest podcast/interview with writer and journalist, Bryn Mooth, we talk about her goals for growing her network in 2013 and reaching outside her current sphere and especially, how to keep track of her best prospects (that doesn’t involve learning a new software).