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If you’re “retired but not tired,” you recognize the advantages of keeping the old brain synapses firing on all cylinders alongside airing out the sweat glands in your exercise classes at the community center. The latter keeps the body in … Continue reading
By Deborah Baudoin When I first started as a Blogmutt mutt, I was on fire with my dedication to content creation. For a person who is genuinely curious about a great variety of things, writing for Blogmutt was a dream come … Continue reading
By: Ruth Buchanan For several years, I’ve been groping my way blindly through the world of publishing. With two published plays now to my credit and a few more projects out swinging in the wind awaiting representation, I legitimately thought … Continue reading
By Nicole Colwell I remember it like it was yesterday. A local doctor invited me to supervise her practice. Her offer came with an attractive salary for my area, and a position of power. The job started enjoyably enough, but it … Continue reading
In need of supplementing our household income, I stumbled upon a job listing about content writing in June, 2013. I was a bit skeptical at first, and afraid that it was a scam. Having left the corporate workforce and being a stay-at-home … Continue reading
by Anonymous I’m a 60-year-old retired teacher who spent the bulk of my professional life teaching in the subjects of writing and literature. I come from an academic background — BA in English, Masters in English Education, advanced certifications in … Continue reading
If you’ve ever been in a sales or marketing meeting, someone up the food chain from you has probably trotted out the old trope about the tennis shoes and the bear. It goes like this: Joe and Mike had been hiking … Continue reading
From BlogMutt to FashionMutt: How a Freelance Writing Opportunity Helped Me Become a Fashion Reporter
By Ruhi Jiwani, Fashion Reporter, Fashion & Style I started writing for Blogmutt last December. I hadn’t written much for the internet before and BlogMutt seemed to be paying decently in comparison with other freelance gigs. I liked the fact that it … Continue reading
Here at BlogMutt, our innovative one-stop business blogging service is gaining momentum in the press. January has proved to be a delightfully visible month for our hardy four-person team at our World Headquarters in downtown Boulder. We’ve gotten some nice recent write-ups recently … Continue reading