The One Thing All Freelance Lifestyle Writer Success Stories Have in Common

December 05, 2021



There’s a lot of advice out there for freelance lifestyle writers who want to get published. What’s one thing they should all remember? Most of it is based on what others have and can’t or won’t do. I’m not saying to throw out that advice; as a writer, I’m all about finding new ways to do things that work for me.

The problem with many of these tips is that they are all about the process.

If you make the process of writing and publishing your own blog work, you can easily get caught up in the process and forget the benefits. If you want to do it right, you need to take time to listen carefully to what your clients want. You should also take advice from the people you already know. That is, if you know they have a successful blog, you should take their advice.

That's the most important thing. The fact that you do understand what your reader wants is one of the most powerful things you can do for your business. I know that, for one of my freelance clients, it helped her make the decision to start her own blog. That decision was incredibly important to her. I'm sure it was for all of her readers.

So you already know that your reader wants a blog.

You already know that you should take advice from them. But, if you're a freelance writer, you don't have access to the same network of people that your readers have. Because, in the end, what you do matters most.


The problem is when you’re on autopilot for so long that you forget you’re on autopilot. Because when you’re not even aware of your own habits, routines, impulses, and reactions, then you no longer control them. Instead, you watch television, social media, and you’re aware of the reactions you’re going to get. That’s what it takes to be a good writer.

Well, I think it’s pretty obvious that, after years of self-imposed exile, I have finally found myself writing again.

I started writing regularly in 2008, but it took me almost a decade to find a comfortable way to write about my experiences. For me, it was actually something of a struggle to find the right words to describe what I felt.

I guess when you're a writer, you need to find your way. I feel like Ive done that. I've always been able to write about the people in my life, family, experiences, whatever I needed to do for a story, but once I got into it, I discovered I could also write about stuff I actually experienced, in a way that was relatable.

It's a struggle but a lot of us have the ability to do it.

For me, I'm the one who has to go out of my way to find a way to write a story. My writing was a little bit of a chore to get through that time. I've also found that writing about a story can really give me inspiration. I feel like writing about the story sometimes is a little bit more challenging than writing about the human body, but it also gives me inspiration.

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