There are lots of great things about working for yourself... managing your own workload and priorities, choosing who you work with, making your own rules. But - as anyone who's worked on their own for a while will tell you - it's very easy to fall into bad habits when no one else is watching.
You've probably noticed it yourself... the drop in temperature, the mists in the air, and of course - the leaves changing colour. Autumn is here. You won't be surprised, following my musings on Spring and Summer words, that it's time to consider the words which mean Autumn to me.
Well, Writer For You actually. I'm not sure how official it is, but around a year ago I started Writer For You.
Here's some examples of how a copywriter might help you get your words working harder for you.
Summer is a season of extremes. My children, both August babies, love the heat of the Summer months - a feeling which is no doubt heightened by the time away from school. I know of many others who find this time oppressive and exhausting.
Choosing the most effective method to tell your story is important, but more important is choosing the right words.
So what does a copywriter actually do anyway? Blogging, website words, social media... it's all here.
Flowers don't need any help to be beautiful, so why would a florist need a copywriter?
April 23rd is St George’s Day, Shakespeare’s birthday and the UN’s English Language Day. I’ve put together a few thoughts with which to celebrate these observances.
How do you manage your time to get stuff done? Here are some things which work for me.