Tell people you work from home writing, and they’ll probably think you have it easy. After all, anyone, can doit, right? Wrong. Writing is hard work. For a start it’s not just the writing. It’s deciding what to write, or alternatively having to write about something which you don’t know much about. So it’s research; both of the subject, and maybe the intended audience, too. How you’re going to treat the subject, what style of writing to aim for, and all that.
Working at home isn’t easy either. Working at home is procrastination made easy. Working at home is constant random interruptions. No words of wisdom from me on dealing with that. Just ignore them as much as possible.
Good news. Possible new student for the new year, which would help to keep the financial ship afloat.
Happy New Year everyone.
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Haven’t been around much on the net for the last couple of years, but a lot has been going on in my life. To begin with, my best friend and flat mate has had cancer, fortunately currently in remission. Partly because of this, and partly because work has been difficult to come by because of the recession, the last year has been pretty tight financially, and looks like staying so for the foreseeable future. On top of that it looks almost certain that we will have to leave our home in the next couple of months, so we have to find a new apartment to rent (in Seville, Spain, so if anyone can help…).
At the same time I’m trying to find some new things to work at to supplement English teaching and occasional translating, while pursuing interests, probably non-profitable, in history and philosophy.
On my to do list is to write at least one blog post a week, which will help me to keep track of how I’m doing, and how I feel about it.
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