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I Cut Ties With All My Writing Clients

Why I decided to leave high-paying clients who I enjoyed writing for

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I am no longer working for or accepting writing clients. While I made $12,000 from my writing last year and clients were the majority of that money, it was time to let them go.

I’m not leaving my clients for the typical reasons. If I’m being honest, I worked…

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