I am a freelance proofreader and editor as well as a photographer and photo editor. I have experience in fields related to English, Literature, History, Agriculture, Photography, and Religion
This was a guest post I wrote for Lisa over at Lisa Tanner Writing. In it, I cover what Impostor Syndrome is, how to know if you have it, and five steps to overcoming it.
In this article, I help freelancers of all types learn about the resources their local library might offer that can help them grow their businesses. These resources are especially helpful when you’re starting out as a freelancer and don’t have much of an income established.
Welcome to the Churdan Public Library. The library is your one-stop source for all of your informational needs. We have a large selection of books, magazines, newspapers, and electronic resources available to be checked out by our library card holders. Here you will also find electronic resources, news, announcements, and a calendar of upcoming library events!
Have you seen the price of fresh produce? Or even frozen or canned versions? Every time I go to the grocery store, I can see why some people balk at the sticker price of vegetables.
I get it, you want to feed your family healthy foods, but those stickers constantly ask you, How much are you willing to spend for your health?
Well, I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to spend as much as it initially seems.
1. Seeds and Plants are Cheaper Than Stores
Since I’m from Iowa, here are some examp...
So you’re having a baby. Congratulations!
Babies cost money.
They also make messes, laugh, cry, and make you laugh and cry at same time. But one thing that keeps some people shy away from having kids is the thought that they are expensive.
While some increase in expenses is a given with each addition to your family, particularly in areas such as food and clothing as your child gets older, they don’t have to be very expensive at all during the baby stage.
As a young wife and mom living on a si...
As a kid, do you remember the magic of going to the library? They probably had more books in one place than you could fathom someone owning. You could chec out a book on almost every subject imaginable, and all for free.
I worked in my local library for a year and still help them with their website.
Working there showed me firsthand just how much libraries contribute to their communities and help their patrons save money. While a majority of the library’s collection is books and that is what ...
As a small business owner, do you feel like your days are full of tasks you either don’t like doing or don’t know how to do well?
And at the expense of taking the time to do those, you aren’t able to do the work you really love?
That’s where freelancers coming!
Freelancers, whether they are writers, bookkeepers, virtual assistants, proofreaders or editors, photographers or photo editors, or any of the other endless possibilities in the freelance world, can help you advance your business to th...
“Spring is the time of plans and projects.”
- Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina
As we all welcome the return of warm weather, sunny days, and green grass, the Thankful Harvest farm is in full spring mode.
Fields and gardens are being prepped for crops and plants, projects that were paused for the winter are starting back up, and most importantly (and cutest), baby farm animals are being born each day.
Join us for a virtual tour of the farm to meet these baby animals and see what else we’re up to!
I as a senior co-editor and layout editor for Concordia University, Nebraska’s Potpourri 2018, put together from student submissions and selected by members of Sigma Tau. The Rho Omicron chapter of Sigma Tau is the English honor society on campus and this is their yearly literary journal
I served as co-editor and layout editor for Concordia’s 2018 edition of their literary journal, Potpourri. It is a compilation of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry writing samples from undergraduate students at Concordia University, Nebraska in a published literary journal available for purchase through Amazon.
by Morgan German
Concordia’s University A Cappella Choir toured the Pacific Northwest, including Idaho, Oregon, Utah and other states, on their biennial spring break tour March 2-13.
The University A Cappella Choir has alternated spring break tours with Concordia’s Symphonic Band since current conductor and Director of Choral Activities Dr. Kurt von Kampen arrived in 1998. The choir has toured all over the Unites States.
“I try to choose places that have expressed interest in hosting the A Ca...
by Morgan German
It’s not often that you get a chance to write and direct your own play, especially before you graduate college, but that is exactly what senior Michael Duffy has been able to do.
Duffy’s play, Older Days, started as an idea that came to him after he wrote and directed a one-act play for his play production class.
“When I was taking that class I just decided to write a play. It was really enjoyable, and I felt like it was something I had some skill at, so I worked with Profess...