I've done a little bit of freelance writing. I enjoy it, and it is nice to be paid for my words, but I got a little carried away and need to take a step back.
While applying for a few platforms (freelancing is not lucrative without considerable leg work, and although I was hired and paid for multiple small gigs, the money so far was growing a tad, but was not much so far) I found Hub Pages and started writing there. I like the features and support, and the community there is great. There are numerous really good authors, published and non-published, some of whom have considerable advice about online writing that they are happy and willing to share.
The site really helped me stretch my brain and I enjoy a number of author's writing there.
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Take three minutes and watch this, whether you are a mom or not. This is one of the funniest songs ever.
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