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By Terez Howard

Lately, I’ve been losing steam.  Earlier this year, I was a super fast locomotive.  Recently, I’ve been that broken down excuse for a train car that a 7-year-old could outrun.  It could have been my action-packed summer, complete with trips to St. Louis, Columbus, Cleveland, New Jersey, New York and Virginia Beach, not to mention a princess party.

When I got back to my computer and my routine, I had no desire to look at the keyboard.  I did not want to work.  I did not want to write.

Have you ever felt like this?

Doctor, get the defibrillator

I felt like I needed zapped back into shape.  So, I took an honest look at my freelance writing business and said to myself, “What doI need to do to get excited about this?”

My answer: Revamp!

That’s right.  Freelance Writing Mamas is about to undergo some serious changes.  Right now, it’s top secret.  But I can reveal that the blog will cover specific ways to get discovered as a freelance writer.

Now, I’m excited!

About the author

Terez Howard operates TheWriteBloggers, a professional blogging service which builds clients’ authority status and net visibility.

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3 Responses to “We Need A Change”

  • Paul Novak says:

    Good for you Terez. We all feel it sooner or later. Luckily, there are so many different directions for a freelance writer to go, it’s easy to try something new and create new challenges that will give you a boost if you conquer them.

    I’m doing something similar, and would like to ask you as a freelancer to visit my blog and comment on my recent post. I really some input from kindred spirits to help with my own project, and if I am lucky it will be something worthwhile for anyone interested.

  • thoward says:

    I’m very excited about starting something new. I strongly believe that it will yield results.

    I visited your blog and answered your questions. I also encourage other visitors to my blog to check out Paul’s blog http://writingfourmylife.com/blog/.

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