I help bloggers, writers, and other creative entrepreneurs to create smart writing habits and smart money habits. I’m the bookkeeping writer. No, really, I’m a bookkeeper and a writer.
Now that we’ve gotten the awkward intro out of the way, let’s get going. I’ll start with the money habits first, because…well…um…money.
The numbers stuff. The finances. The currency flow into and out of your business. That’s kinda-sorta important. Okay, I was being nice. It’s ESSENTIAL.
Enter the Money Habits email newsletter (queue the drums).
Money Habits shares simple (but absolutely vital) money habits for creative entrepreneurs. The purpose is to help you gain an awareness of your money habits that are affecting your business. I’ll be sharing tips for tracking your finances, setting pricing, making decisions based on your numbers, and resources and templates that make these habits easier to maintain.
Write the Weekend
Try writing the weekend. A weekend can be the perfect time to tackle a writing project.
This 9-page workbook:
*shows you how to determine if a weekend is enough time for your project
*helps you carve out the weekend time for working on your project
*guides you to creating a structured plan for actually getting the writing done over the two day period.
Writing Courage Challenge
The Writing Courage Challenge is 14 days of courage building tools and exercises.
The challenge covers three main themes:
1. Quieting your inner critic
2. Building and sustaining the courage to connect with your true voice and write from that space
3. Sharing your work (without feeling crippling hesitation and worry)
Serious about your writing goals? It’s time to get organized.
What’s in these spreadsheet trackers?
Spreadsheet 1 has 3 tabs for tracking your general word counts and also specific project word counts.
Spreadsheet 2 is your life-saving Writing Project Management tool. It will help you keep tabs on client deadlines, where you are with each project, and minor details (like if you’ve been paid post submission. You know, the little things).
Connect with Your True Writing Voice
Peel back the layers and write from your true voice. The more you write in your true voice, the faster and easier it will feel to get into the flow of writing. You’ll also connect on a deeper level with your readers and stand out from the sea of writers and bloggers who sound very much alike.
Come along on this guided 5-day journey. You’ll get an email a day with instructions and writing exercises to help you get clearer on your true voice and writing from the heart.