Writing to Success
Tips, reviews and inspiration from the writers of Clippings.me
In this month's installment of freelancer profiles, we talked to Annie Ridout, a champion who, quite literally, wrote the book on how to juggle motherhood with the demands of being a freelance mom.
In this series, we ask successful freelance writers from different disciplines to share their personal experiences, tips and tricks on how they've been able to stay in the game.
We launched the current design of our portfolios back in 2015 and it’s served us (and, we hope, you...), well. However, the web has changed since then, and it’s time for us to thank the old design for its service, and let it go.
Tomky’s byline has graced the pages of some of the most auspicious and well-read food and travel publications on the market: Saveur, Food and Wine, Serious Eats and the defunct Lucky Peach.
I started working remotely from coworking spaces abroad for the first time last year – and the results have been extraordinary. Here are the five biggest professional benefits I’ve experienced from my time as a digital nomad.
At a time when the industry is becoming increasingly automated with reports generated by computer algorithms, the only assurance journalists have for now; the one distinctly human trait that can’t be automated; is the capacity to empathize with a fellow human being and share their story with others.
When your work gets published, you may find that it differs considerably from what you submitted. Are you making the same mistakes over again?
The digital landscape offers lots of advantages for writers – but do they outweigh the kudos of seeing your byline in a physical magazine or newspaper?
Congratulations – you’ve made the first step and decided to begin your journalism portfolio! You’re already on the way to showcasing brilliant examples of your work, but the next step is making sure you’re really getting the most out of your page.