My husband, Ben, and I recently attended a convention in Cancún, México. One of the first speakers of the event was Peter Shallard, who is a business psychology expert. Peter
If you’ve taken my 7-day intro course, you get an opportunity to e-mail me your thoughts and questions each and every day of that course. Many people take advantage of
[The article below, beautifully blogged by Kate Hamill, captures the exact essence of not only how I present myself, but also how I train my students to market themselves as
After a long and torturous wait, I’m pleased to be publishing the fifth installment of Common Things Proofreaders Miss! If you missed the other installments, check them out here: Common Things
Are you a weary traveler in the world of freelance proofreading and editing? I know, it’s really tough out there. There are droves of talented folks — and droves of,
[I’m updating this post! Since I wrote it back in March, I’ve gotten a lot busier, and I’ve had to really tighten up my “self care” routine in order to get
I messed up. I’m smart, but I’m human. I stay up too late, get tired, and I do dumb things without thinking them through all the way. I try to
I know how it is because I’ve been there! You’ve probably been all over the Internet looking for proofreading work. Or maybe (hopefully!) you got lucky and found this website first.
Blog-turned-business ProofreadAnywhere.com launched its brand new multimedia online course today, making it the world’s first online course to teach people how to earn money by proofreading transcripts for court
It’s that time again, time for another installment of Common Things Proofreaders Miss! I actually should start calling this “Common Mistakes Court Reporters Make,” eh?! I like that one better.