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By Curt Smothers Whether you’re a part of the “greatest generation,” a charter member of the baby boomers or just “retired but not tired,” you might be interested in looking into one freelance job opportunity for seniors: writing web content. There are … Continue reading
Freelance Job Opportunity For Seniors Allows You Not Only To Compete But To Exercise Your Writing Advantages
by: Ken Bradford Many times, medical problems or retirement can limit a person’s desire to pursue a career or to grow professionally. This is particularly true for senior citizens. If you are a senior citizen and looking for something you can … Continue reading
By Shirin McArthur Some stereotypical images of seniors probably spring to mind just as you read the title to this blog. Perhaps it’s a comic strip image of seniors sitting on park benches or one of those investment commercials that have … Continue reading
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 Shirin McArthur Remember the last time you and your family tried to decide where to go out for dinner? Mom wanted sushi, Dad wanted steak, and the kids couldn’t decide whether to choose fast food or go straight for the … 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
If you’re one of the about 800,000 federal employees placed on furlough because of the recent U.S. Government shutdown, about all you can do now is wait and see if our elected representatives can learn to get along and put … Continue reading
by Tonya Jones There are days when writing is a breeze. You’re energized, ready to go, and the writing just comes together. Then there are days when it’s hard to get excited about content writing. You can’t get your juices flowing and … Continue reading