If you’ve ever been a child, you know intuitively how to barter. Like early man, children have no money. They use what they do have to get what they want.
The Writer's Life
business, personal finance, and joy.
When you write for the love and as a way to support yourself, the question of why you write can get murky.
Let’s distill it.
Five million people have died. How will you now live?
Why should you raise your fees? Let me count the ways.
How do we write the story of our lives and our families?
Join us here in the Bookshelf Shame Club.
Last week I went to LA, rented a convertible, and had a vacation during which I couldn’t shake a hum of anxiety. Would I make
The system is messy, confusing, unfair, and hard to deal with, but you need health insurance.
What Is It You Plan to Do with Your One Wild and Precious Quarantine? You do not have to say “I should…” You do not
Reading a slush pile can be your best education in how to write a particular genre.
Sure, great clients pay well, but there are so many other reasons to work for getting them as well.
Read or watch my conversation with Pam Mandel, author of the travel memoir The Same River Twice.
Before I moved in with her, I knew Vicki Robin only as the local author of the personal-finance bestseller Your Money or Your Life, the