I used to write blogs for dentists

Now I write for myself! And you. Hopefully.

There’s a strange amount of difference between writing ad copy for small businesses and writing personal blogs. Chiefly, I always knew what to write for a client– they had a brief, a topic, maybe a resource or two (or at least a direction to point in.) Here, though, on my very own blog, I have no clue what topics to cover. I guess I should talk about what I’m working on? Even though there’s always that part of your internal monologue that happens to be convinced nobody is interested in what you have to say about your projects.

But hey, that’s why you’re here, right?

So, right now, I’m working on a couple of projects. Editing, mostly– I have a good number of Things that I can use for portfolio pieces, but they may be in a format that doesn’t translate particularly well, or maybe I never got around to polishing them, or they’re from a client’s email that I never filed away. It’s a lot of busy work, but it’s nice to see how much work I’ve done in the past (I’m absolutely positive I’m not the only person who feels that they Haven’t Done Enough, you know?) So, now my site is chock full of portfolio pieces, and as soon as I get my rear in gear it’ll be full of more!

Published by itstheinstitute

Table-Top RPG designer, freelance writer

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