I’m not sure today’s post offers any solutions or advice. It’s more of a thought exercise. There likely isn’t a single right answer (there usually isn’t). That being said, I’m going to share a...
The Smutlancer: Writing about sex and getting paid to do it
In my income reports, I break down my income by “client work” which is further broken down between vanilla and sex/adult and as well as a list of revenue streams created by my content — blog, podcast, videos, other work. Let’s talk about what that means.
If you have a sex blog or run a sex educational/informational site, it’s the question you probably ask yourself the most. How do you grow your audience, bring more people to your site, and find new readers? There are as many ways to do that as there are people in the world. And no single magic formula
While my focus on 2020 is meant to be on my own projects, my clients seem to have had other plans. While you won’t see this in the January income, I’ve taken on multiple new projects offered by clients…because I like money and financial security. Plus John Brownstone and I are buying a new house in 2020.
As human beings on planet Earth, there’s one truism none of us can ever escape — we all make mistakes. I say this as a perfectionist who feels physical pain at the mere thought...
For all things website and tech related, there’s really only one place to go — the dynamic duo of Molly Moore and Michael Knight. In this week’s episode they discuss the new(ish) Gutenberg editor for Wordpress. For those of us who are clinging to the Classic editor in WP, our time is drawing to a close.
Finding the right process helps me get work done, stay efficient, and not feel like I’m spinning my wheels. It lets me get more done in a day than I otherwise might — without using extra energy or sitting in front of a screen for hours upon hours. With that in mind — and because a few people have asked me to talk about it — let’s dive into my process for organizing my work day.
Essentially, this is about the routine you create to get yourself ready to work. Ready to create; ready to sit down and get things done. Yours doesn’t need to look like mine, but making your own may be worth the effort, especially if it helps you achieve your goals and get more done.