Writing Online: 7 Great Opportunities for Freelancers in 2019

Daily Writing Tips

Based on the input from writers in my 1,100-member freelance-writer community, here’s what will pay well in 2019 (in alphabetical order): 1. Glamour recently announced it would go online-only in February 2019, joining other recent online converts Teen Vogue, Self, Computerworld, and others.

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Tips to Get Rid of Stress

Office Dynamics

The Harvard Medical School published an article that lists six relaxation techniques to reduce stress. Life is too short to let things get to you, but sometimes it happens. Sometimes things are going so fast and so much is happening we all of a sudden think, “Whoa, what just happened?”.

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Why Drinking Soda Is Bad for Your Health

Dumb Little Man

A study by Harvard Medical School carried out on more than 3000 women concluded that diet cola can snowball the risk of kidney decline by two times. Guzzling down one can of soda over another might be great for your taste buds but it can severely damage your health.

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3 Types of Word Treatment

Daily Writing Tips

Because of this distinction, italics should not be employed to introduce a term unless the word is described as a word, as in the disclaimer “In observing the historical context of psychiatry in the early twentieth century, we use moron according to its original medical definition: ‘a mildly retarded person.’”. Spelling, capitalization, and italicization are three aspects of writing that careful writers will attend to.

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What are The Fastest Growing Industries for 2017 and Why?

Small Business CEO

Cosmetic procedures were reported to be the fastest growing medical procedures in 2016. It’s an industry that’s expected to rise to over US$27 billion by 2019 , driven by the new trend in A-list celebrities openly advocating lip augmentation, cheek sculpting and tummy tucks.…

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Is “Dystopic” a Word?

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of Ridley Scott’s film was a dreary, dark, dystopic nightmare set in 2019.— When in a recent post I referred to “Orwell’s dystopic novel Nineteen Eighty-Four ,” a reader from the Czech Republic asked when the adjective dystopic should be used instead of dystopian.

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