And it’s easy to get nostalgic about a place like Detroit, the place where I grew up, the place where I developed my consciousness. I grew up in a place where people of all races, religions and ethnicities shared neighborhoods and schools and commutes. A place where ‘can-do’ may as well have been invented. A place where we always felt we were creating the future, and likely were.Read More
Part of my winter phobia stems, of all things, from reading Stephen King’s ‘The Shining’ and that foreboding feeling as the Torrance Family watches the winter close around them. I suppose if I were staying in a mountain retreat somewhere, with a fully stocked kitchen and no need to venture onto the roads, and (of course) if it weren’t also a haunted retreat, I’d probably love that feeling of isolation. Like Jack Torrance, I’d view it as a perfect opportunity to focus on my personal writing.Read More
I want to first tell you that I am not complaining!
I love being a freelancer. After all, it begins with the word FREE…Read More
There is always going to be give-and-take in business ownership, particularly when you are the (currently) sole employee. It's not just about carving out meaningful time, for relaxation and meditation. It's about not feeling overcommitted - even when those committments are creating great professional opportunities.Read More
In case you were wondering why my professional blog is in the page marked ‘Family & Friends’…Read More
Dear Friends & Family:
2016 and 2017 brought enormous changes for myself both personally and professionally.
I launched Evergreen Script Services at the very end of 2015 and began to grow my business, over the next year.
I started by simply offering freelance writing services - from resume's and professional bio's to social media management. By 2017, I had grown my business substantially and was expecting a modest increase in revenues.
But a funny thing began to happen...Read More