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How Freelance Writers Can Reach Income Goals

You can’t hit what you can’t see.

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In 2003 when I began freelancing, my primary goal was to earn a little extra money to help make ends meet. I was a single mom of four, ‘borrowing from Peter to pay Paul’ every single month.

In fact, some months, I had to borrow from my mom (Linda), after paying Paul, so I could put food on the table.




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Meg Stewart

Meg Stewart

Freelance writer, business coach, author, software go to gal. Farm-girl at heart. Skill hoarder. Grammi of 10. Reach me at

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