Terri Huggins Hart is a freelance writer by day, a Zumba instructor, and enthused pole dancer. Her work can be found in Redbook, The Frisky, Dance Magazine, Huffington Post, Bridal Guide and more. When she’s not writing, dancing or helping people find joy, Terri can be found volunteering for a cause dear to her heart and finding new ways to aggressively beat down debt.
In this episode, Terri teaches us how to get started in freelance writing. She shows us that not only can freelance writing be a fulfilling career but it can also be a lucrative side gig too!
In this episode we cover:
Table of Contents
- What is a freelance writer?
- The day in the life of a freelance writer (and new mom)
- The difference between a freelance journalist and freelance writer/blogger
- Tips for getting started as a freelance writer
- Start a blog
- Start pitching editors
- Never give up – consistency and patience is key
- What to include in a pitch to an editor
- Does having a degree in journalism really matter?
- Six-Figure Freelancing: The Writer’s Guide to Making More Money, Second Edition
- Make a Living Writing
Connect with Terri Huggins Hart
See you back here for episode 21 where we chat about setting financial goals.
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