10 Creative Side Hustle Ideas for Writers

Are you overlooking the power of being a creative writer? Creative side hustle ideas abound. For many years I neglect to look into them to explore my passions and ended up feeling an uncomfortable frustration that came from within. If you are a writer having any or all of those strong emotional reactions, this post

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Stop the Waiting Game and Do It

The waiting game is the one we play when we stick to dreams and do nothing. You don’t have to wait until all planets align. You just have to align your mind with your goal and say f-this, let’s go! I want to be a blogger, so I am. I see other bloggers out there,

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3 Easy Ways to Hustle at Work and Life

The first book I ever read that opened my millennial mindset to the word hustle was Spark and Hustle by Tory Johnson. Before that book, I had only learned to hustled in college and graduate school. I made my time there an opportunity for personal ego-building achievements that don’t count that much in the real

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Millennial: 5 Ways You Can Compete at Work

As we were growing up, we were all repeatedly told about the things we could accomplish, if we only set our bright millennial minds to it. I don’t believe we were lied to,. Clearly, our parents and teachers certainly left some key information out. They gave us shiny participation awards. They made us believe it

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Overthinking Never Accomplishes Anything

It’s all about the doing. But I’m all about the thinking! or rather about the overthinking. I could spend bottomless hours diving deeper and deeper into my own thoughts. Aimless contemplation has been a preferred pastime since childhood. I studied English Literature because it combined the luxury of reading, writing and thinking by myself for