|The trees in our neighborhood are leafing out in various shades of green.|
I’ve spent the last several days working on what I’m calling the “second wave” of my freelance editing business.
Previously, I did the legal things I needed to do to start the business, created a website, and did some assignments.
But I wasn’t satisfied. And I knew I had to do more marketing.
So I revamped my website and started a blog on the website. I plan to post once a week there.
The first blog post is up now: “Why another set of eyes can be so important to your writing.”
I’ve still got lots to do to get the word out about my services. But I’m enjoying the process. It’s both frightening and fun to be the one who makes the business decisions. I have the satisfaction of knowing that something I once feared so much is now a reality.
We really can overcome fear.
If you’d like to check out my website, you can go HERE and click on "Blog."
|I liked how the sun caught the tops of the trees.|
I didn’t get outside as much as I would have liked over the weekend, but I did get some photos on a walk Sunday morning. I’ve shared some of those photos in this post.
|I don't know the proper name for them, but the oak trees are full of these pollen pods.|
|Larry blew them off the driveway Friday, but they were back on Sunday.|
|Our cars are covered with tree pollen. Just a sign of spring.|
This week will be very busy at my newspaper job, but I’m hoping to make time every day to get outside and record some of this spring beauty. I already missed getting photos of the red bud—I don’t want to miss anything else.
What have you done lately to overcome a fear—no matter how small it seemed?