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An Interview With: Chichi Writes

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Other freelance writers always fascinate and inspire me – I don’t think one can get enough advice about their chosen profession, and so, I turned to Chichi at Chichi Writes. I’ve followed Chichi for a little while now and thought that her transition from 9-5 worker bee to freelance writer was really successful and empowering. …

Being Too Scared To Start Achieving Your Goals

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I have a lot of goals in life. A LOT. I want to: write a novel have a successful online business open my own gluten free cafe/bakery have a childcare business be a paid writer for an online magazine (or several) write children’s books etc. But for the most part, I am simply too scared …

9 Reasons Why I’ll Never Be A ‘Pro-Blogger’

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Pro-blogger |proh-blog-er| Noun A person who can work on their blog as their main profession. Their blog is likely to have thousands of subscribers, a decent monthly income, a particular niche and a large online fan base through social media.

When Things Don’t Go Quite To Plan (But That’s Okay)

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How much of your life do you plan out? How much of your life can you plan out? Plans are great as they can make you feel like you have finally worked out a way of achieving something that you want or need. They can be the first step to a solution for a problem …

4 Negative Thoughts That Need To Be Replaced

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Negative thought: I’m ugly Replace with: I’m beautiful I’ve always had insecurities about my face. When I was a little girl I believed in everything (like most kids) and I had read somewhere that if you write down your wish on paper, then put it under your pillow at night, your wish will come true. …