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5 Things You Don’t Want But Need

5 Things You Don’t Want But Need

Tweet We spend a lot of time (too much of it actually) focusing on all the things we want. We want a new car, a house, a 4-person family, a new job, a spa day, a luxurious trip… Over the holidays, it’s even easier to […]

Instant Joy

Instant Joy

Tweet One of my favorite things to do besides write is create inspiring photo slideshows. It’s always something I wanted to pursue. But sadly it hasn’t been a priority. This year I want to devote more time to it. In the meantime, here’s one I […]

Happy 2013!

Happy 2013!

It’s my last post of the year. 2012 was a scary year with lots of unexpected surprises thrown in the mix. My husband and I finally made our move to Hawaii halfway through. I said goodbye to a lot of good friends. And I pushed myself full force into the writing world here. It hasn’t been easy. But something tells me 2013 will be worth all the effort.

Besides taking the leap, I’ve been fortunate enough to write for Hawai’i and Pacific Edge magazine while also sadly ending my stint as a columnist for The Writer. And I’ve kept my psychology blogging job with Psych Central. In the five, almost 6 years I’ve been doing this, I’ve been able to work as a copywriter for various retailers, a features writer for newspapers and magazines and do it all from the comforts of my home. I’m a lucky girl!

But of all the things I’ve done thus far, I get the most excited when I’m in one of my favorite magazines. Yes it’s just a non-paid little commentary in the front of the book section. But it’s for O magazine! And this time, they asked for a photo. Thank you to commenter Jan for emailing me to let me know she saw it! It made my day.

I know it’s a far cry from actually writing for O, but I have BIG dreams. And as long as I keep on writing, I know I have a chance to make it a reality. Thanks for all of you for reading!

Sincerely,

Brandi

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An Author Writes About Her Journey to Freelancing Success

An Author Writes About Her Journey to Freelancing Success

Tweet Writers inspire me. They have the courage to face their fears on a daily basis. They deal with rejection about the most personal thing-their writing. Being a writer myself, I know the pain and joy that comes with the territory. That’s why I was […]

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