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The Pomodoro Technique, Meditation, and Stress-free Writing

Guest post by Bill I don’t know about you, but I live a pretty busy life. A wife, kids, and a 40-hour work week. I also write eBooks and articles. In 2012, things got so hectic that I had to find some way to slow it down, regain my sanity, and figure out a way […]

How I Went from Earning $12/Article to $250/Article

Guest post by Sarah If you’ve read the bio on my new website, “Write Your Revolution,” you already know that web content writing is a career I stumbled into by accident.  I never set out to be a professional writer (in fact, I hold a nearly-worthless degree in Environmental Studies), but when a former website […]

7 Reasons Why Your Writing Skills Aren’t Improving

Guest post by Abass Just as you wouldn’t pay a huge price for a substandard product or service, no client will ever pay you well for writing crap – and that’s if you’re lucky to attract one in the first place. So if you really want to make money – real money, not crumbs – […]

How Confidence Can Make All the Difference to Your Freelance Writing Career

Today’s guest post is from Tom Ewer, a very successful freelance blogger. Tom just launched what I think is the ultimate guide to being a successful freelance blogger, and a guide I think you should check out! — Are you a writer? Let me tell you something — you’re better than you think you are. […]

How To Wake Up Every Morning With the Motivation To Write Great Content

Guest post by Tony Blogging in the first few months is intensely fun – you learn a whole new set of skills and really start to feel all techie (at least, that’s what I felt when I started). But after a few months, blogging becomes rather mundane, to the point where you’re literally dragging yourself […]


Welcome! I'm Bamidele Onibalusi, a young writer and blogger. I believe writers are unique and highly talented individuals that should be given the respect they deserve. This blog offers practical advice to help you become truly in charge of your writing career.

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