Well, I did it! I’m back to the workforce as a cubicle drone, since freelance writing wasn’t working out for me.
I’m pretty much going back to doing the same stuff that I did before I tried out freelance writing, which is Clinical Data Management. In case, you’re wondering what Clinical Data Management is, it’s essentially looking over clinical data gathered from a clinical trial and making sure that it abides by the drug study’s pre-determined protocol. Sounds pretty action-packed, doesn't it?
So, with me now back to being a monkey in a cubicle jungle, does that mean I’ll stop writing and blogging? Absolutely not! Maybe, I’ll be doing it less, but I’ll probably be still keeping up with my blogs on the side, while I work. Maybe, once in a while, I might even write an article or two. But now, writing is now officially back to being a “hobby” for me as opposed to a profession (or more like an attempted
Overall, there’s a few things that I’ve learn from trying to make a living as a freelance writer. Here’s a basic list.
1.) Freelance writing is NOT for the lazy! In fact it’s very hard work.
2.) Freelance writing is about being PRO-ACTIVE and not just waiting for an assignment to fall on your lap. Unfortunately for me, I learned that a little too late.
3.) Freelance writing requires more discipline and self-conditioning than most regular jobs in general.
4.) Freelance writing is all about advertising yourself, making contacts, and keeping contacts. This is another thing that I unfortunately didn’t concentrate hard enough on.
5.) At the beginning of any freelance writing career, starting a blog is a must.
It's been a while since I had one of these, but from this juicy nugget that I found this morning, it's been well worth the wait!
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