How do I deal with money these days, especially now that I’m earning well over what I need to cover the basic costs of living?
Let’s start with the good news: I received $9,630.23 in freelancing income last month and $3.25 in publishing royalties.
I got A LOT of stuff published this week, didn’t I.
It’s a really lovely book, first because of its insights into storytelling and second because of its insights into the human condition.
When I was in high school, I began working as a church organist and choral accompanist.
A lot of these are about taxes.
There are many relationships in which both partners write, but true writing couples are few and far between.
This week was “Loner Week” at Lifehacker, which meant I got to share some of my favorite single-person hacks.
The interesting thing about beginning my third year in Cedar Rapids is that I already feel like I’ve been here for a longer period of time than any other place I’ve lived as an adult, even though I know mathematically that isn’t true.