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Perpetual parenting and professional motion: Blogging decisions for busy people


In February, I scored a Twitter win. I commented on a blog post, added value to a retweet, and caught the eye of some folks who publish very smart stuff on blogging for business. They invited me to guest blog.

The topic: It really is OK to farm out blogging and social media work to a freelancer.

I still haven't written that post. I told them I couldn't carve out the time until March, but then March swept past me and was gone before I knew it.

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Open letter to someone I really wanted to work for


I have been a candidate for a 24-hour-a-week social media copywriting position at a nonprofit organization whose mission is very dear to me. The interviewer seemed to think I was the right person for the job, but I was concerned that the scheduling would be too inflexible for implementation of an interactive social media plan—and for keeping up with my freelance business, which would continue to supply about half of my income.

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