Happy Friday! It’s National Donut Day, and I just walked 20 blocks (10 each way) to a newly opened local donut shop only to find that they had been out of donuts for hours…
In other news, I’m going to be teaching my Art of Interviewing class tomorrow (via Hugo House and Zoom), and although I’ve taught this class a few times before, it feels extra-relevant this time around because I have two interview-based articles published this week: one that I did for Bankrate featuring Lillian Karabaic of Oh My Dollar! and one that I did for The Freelance Creative in which I got to talk to Paulette Perhach.
So you should probably go read those articles — as well as any/all of my other posts that got published this week:
A Bank of America credit limit increase is possible, but you may need to ask.
Have you ever wondered what it would take to get enough credit card points for a round-the-world trip? Lillian Karabaic, personal finance expert and founder of Oh My Dollar!, shared with Bankrate how it’s done.
Credit Cards Dot Com
When you’re comparing Amex Blue Cash Everyday and the Bank of America Cash Rewards, consider how each card’s benefits stack up for your spending habits.
Don’t Write Alone | Catapult
We post roundups of writing and literary jobs once a week. Here’s our list for June 4, 2021.
We post submission roundups once a week. Here’s our list of literary magazines and freelance opportunities for June 4, 2021.
The Freelance Creative | Contently
When your career has reached a certain point, you may begin wondering whether you can break out of the beat—and the brand—you’ve worked so hard to develop. Luckily, it’s possible to switch up your freelance beat without losing your reputation, pausing your income stream, or making a complete career change.