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How Writing in Different Places Creates Leads

Thinking of changing your writing space? Do it!

A young man writing in a notebook outside.
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Although I’ve done some unexpected things in my life (freelancing being one of them), I’m not a big fan of change.

Heck, I still have my bigredac email from fifth grade. So, when I became a freelancer, I found a sweet Starbucks nearby and made that my writing haven.

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Amanda Clark-Rudolph

Amanda Clark-Rudolph

Amanda is a work at home mama who contributes to various magazines and blogs. Contact her at writeonfreelancingllc@gmail.com for interview or blog articles.

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