The Comfort Of Online Jobs

As a boxing scribe I am thankful for Floyd Mayweather. Despite a lack of formal education and his love and hate relationship with media, thirty four year old super star has never short changed us with material to write about.

Do you get the newspaper every day delivered to your door? If so, could you manage reading the same news online? This is a tough habit to give up, but can save big money on an annual basis. Try it out for a month, and see if its something you can sacrifice to increase your savings account. Also, do you have monthly magazine subscriptions? These to can be adjusted to help with your savings. Search for a better price, you may be surprised.

Look in magazines. Look for house styles. Visit homes in your area or county. Many times the Home Section of the local paper will have a press release on local award winning bathroom designs. Even check online or call friends for ideas and comments. The main point is do it!

K.I.S.S – or Keep It Simple Stupid- is one of the first things budding PRs learn. The concept of keeping all PR campaigns, releases and strategies simple has worked time and time again for agencies across the globe. But does it still keep its meaning in this digital age that is?

Let me introduce myself first. I am a Ukrainian woman-journalist. I worked for Ukrainian newspapers and son xeber agencies for many years. I was always too busy building my career and making money that I almost missed the opportunity to achieve my personal happiness.

Once you think you have all the info you can purge out of your brain, it’s time to edit and proofread. Save your article in your computer and then proofread again the following day or several hours later. There is a tendency of missing errors if you try to do it all in the same hour. You will notice some errors you previously missed. Remember that you plan to write for profit, and only perfect work will be bought by interested parties. After revising and editing, proofread again.

Insurance: This one you’ll have to keep in mind for next year, as there’s no rushing out to get insurance just now. When storms enter the Gulf and threaten the coast, most insurers consider it too risky to write new policies. But when the clouds scatter and the folks up north start waxing on about the changing leaves, a separate insurance policy protecting your home against flood damage is a wise, relatively inexpensive investment. You should also be sure you are covered for wind damage.