Overcoming self-doubt as a writer

Overcoming self-doubt as a writer

Oooof this self-doubt malarkey is a total ratbag, right? I’d bet my last Rolo that you’ve asked yourself at least once “When will I stop doubting myself as a writer?!” It’s something that pops up in conversation with the writers on my course, as well as in the...
How to get started pitching to publications

How to get started pitching to publications

‘How to pitch to publications’ is a juicy topic. It can also feel overwhelming to even begin typing out the first pitch email to an editor when you’re just starting out. But – great news: you don’t have to have done a degree in journalism or have even gone to university to become a published writer.

3 ways to build regular writing habit

3 ways to build regular writing habit

It’s a question I get asked at the end of pretty much every workshop I run: “What’s the key to building a regular writing habit?” It seems like a pretty common issue among the writer community – consistent writing practice. After listening to...
How to live your best freelance life

How to live your best freelance life

I started Out of Office with the aim of supporting not just people already on their freelance journeys, but particularly the freelance life contemplators, or the ‘I’m-pretty-sure-freelance-is-a-pipe-dream’ dreamers. I want to demystify the freelance life, offer no-BS advice and share both the highs – and lows – that come with hitting out of office for good, so you’re prepared to make your business a success.

So, in keeping with that purpose, here’s the no-BS advice on how to live your best freelance life.