nuts and bolts of many technical things. Things I would never have known otherwise. Even more good news, all this knowledge is serving me well as I write for a living! In a way much different than I dreamed, I am now realizing my dream of becoming a professional writer.
Here are three things I’ve learned after three months of being a paid content writer.
This is for you friends. A battlecry for women in the church today.
If you are Southern Baptist or even loosely affiliated with the Southern Baptist Church through an often Baptist Influenced “non-denominational” mega-church Beth Moore is a name you recognize. If you are a Christian woman who participates in women’s groups and group Bible studies or has even stepped foot inside a Lifeway bookstore, Beth Moore is a name you recognize.
The recent news that Beth has cut ties with LifeWay Christian bookstores, the Southern Baptist Convention and her public announcement that she no longer considers herself Southern Baptist may be a huge shock to your system.
“Though often thought to mean mundane and boring, Average really means what occurs the most.” — Urban Dictionary
In February of 2020, I found myself co-hosting a glittering party sponsored by a major mall in the DC area.
Music pumping, champagne-sipping feeling like I was dreaming as I strolled around in a designer outfit styled by a professional stylist. Dreaming of everything 2020 would bring for my writing, blog, direct sales business and my growing social media. My eyes were set on making money on all fronts.
Two weeks later everything changed as we heard rumblings of a national shut down, an actual quarantine. In America? It was hard to imagine…
Average suburban housewife turned grocery store stocking clerk (thank you 2020), part-time blogger, full time dreamer, content writer (my new job!). Owner/founder of #thesosblog.