web content writing


Overcoming writer’s block

Do you suffer from writer’s block? I do.  I suffer from writer’s block frequently. Particularly when there are lots of things happening in my life and my brain is on information overload. Creating downtime, practising meditation, tai chi, and yoga, and walking, are all things I aim to build into my days to help empty […]

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Writing my way home

Last year I took Jeff Brown’s ‘Writing your Way Home’ course.  It was an online course over 6 weeks. Due to other commitments at the time I just about managed to cover the one hour long audio session each week.  And I wrote one or two pieces  a week that I submitted to our online […]

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SEO – keep calm and SEO on

Search engine optimisation Let’s face it.  All websites need SEO.  If a website isn’t optimised then new customers can’t ‘see’ it.  And if your prospective customers can’t ‘see’ your site in their Google searches, then what’s the point of investing in a website? Many of my prospective clients who contact me needing web content are confused […]

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Glamping equals creative camping

I went glamping for the first time last weekend, and loved it. Truly, madly, deeply.  As I write this post, I’m asking myself, how can I tie-in this glamping experience in to my ‘All Things Creative’ articles? Well, that’s not difficult.  Everything about my glamping experience exploded in creativity. From the sleekly curved luxury wooden glamping […]

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My dream web content writing job

My dream web content writing job My dream writing job popped up late last year.  I’m now in my 10th year of working freelance as a web content writer and all I can say is that it’s certainly been worth the wait. Web content writing about VW Campervans And the topic?  VW Campervans!!  Amazing.  I adore […]

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Words of the Week – Twitterpated vs Atrabilious

Are you feeling twitterpated today?  Or are you feeling frabjous? These two words popped up on Dictionary.com last week and immediately caught my eye.  Before I looked up their meanings I tried to guess.  Could twitterpated mean a ‘twitter overload’ and frabjous something along the lines of a new fruit juice? No.   Twitterpated means excited or overcome by romantic […]

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Creativity with wonderful word clouds

I’ve just created this beautiful word cloud (via jasondavies.com word generator) from words that I’ve used in my blog. And yay!! The top 7 words that stand out the most are: Words, Writing, Content, Creative, Web, Nia, Freelance and….um…. Fish! Phew!  Being that I’m a freelance web content writer (who focuses on creativity with words), […]

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Doing things ‘for the love of it’

Since going freelance nine years ago and spending long chunks of time in isolation sitting in front of a screen  being a Web Content Writer, I have battled with the question ‘am I doing this for the love of it?’ Yes, writing web content is a skill I can offer and a skill that fits in […]

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Word of the week – JUGGLING

My job is all about ‘words’ and making ‘words’ work in my role as Web Content Writer. This week’s Word of the Week is ……. JUGGLING I suddenly realised this week how important the word juggling is to me. I spend most of my days juggling.  Not in the physical sense of juggling balls, plates or sticks […]

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