Megan Stewart Author: Megan Stewart

Northeast Ohio born and raised, Megan has been writing in some form for as long as she can remember. In two decades as a program coordinator in social service and education, she became the “go to” person for technology and other hard to handle issues. Megan has been freelance writing and consulting since 2003 and bid farewell to the brick and mortar world for good in 2011.

She now combines her love of writing and passion for helping people develop their potential to make her living full time as a freelance writer.

She contributes regularly to several websites on a variety of topics including parenting, freelancing, writing, self-development, and prepping/survival skills. Single mom of four and grandmother of seven, in her occasional “free” time she blogs. You can read Megan's blog by clicking the link at the top of this page.


Graphic Design Jobs: How to Find Them in 2017

With the increase in technology and digital applications, freelance graphic design jobs are more plentiful than ever before. Where graphic designers were once limited to print mediums such as magazines, brochures, and printed advertisements, they can now apply skills to a variety of digital content as well. A graphic designer is charged with creating the […]

Where to Find Freelance Developer Jobs

Next time you visit a website, any website, think about how that website was created. Consider all the elements behind the scenes, the programming that makes the website work as you expect it to work. In truth, most freelance developer jobs happen behind the scenes. •When you click on a menu button, how does it […]

Freelance Graphic Design Jobs: Find Work as a Designer

If graphic design is your special skill but you’ve been bitten by the entrepreneurial bug, consider freelance graphic design jobs instead of working 9 to 5pm for just one company. The range of projects that graphic designers can do varies greatly. Moving from a traditional job to a freelance graphic design job is a big […]

How to Become a Freelance Translator: Work, Jobs, Advice

,A translator is someone fluent in two or more written languages. Hence, fluency allows them to offer their services to translate written documents into another language. Freelance translators are independent contractors or self-employed entrepreneurs. Corporate translators are employees who work for one company. It’s very similar work. However freelance translation can sometimes be more challenging. […]

Writing and SEO Agencies: The Best and Cheapest

If you’re a business owner who braves the world of Internet marketing to help meet sales goals, I know it can be daunting. If you haven’t yet done more than dip your toes in the water when it comes to online marketing, take heart. We all know our potential customers are out there surfing the […]

The Best Book Cover Maker: Free E-Book Design

The Best Book Cover Maker: Free E-book Design Think about how you purchase a book via Amazon or any other online retail bookstore. Sure, you may be drawn to a certain genre of books or your favorite authors. But once you’re in that category, what draws your attention? Do you read every book blurb in […]

The Best Affordable SEO Company (Top Agencies Reviewed)

The Best Affordable SEO Company Are you ready to invest in your business? One possible solution is to hire the best affordable SEO company for your copywriting needs rather than an individual writer. There are many advantages to hiring a quality and affordable company who specializes in SEO copywriting. A cut-rate SEO agency is positioned […]

Scrivener Free Trial Research (Review of this Free Writing Program)

Trying something out before you invest is a great concept, right? When you go into the store or surf the web and see something that looks cool and seems great, it’d be nice to know somehow in advance it’s going to work for you. If you’ve ever bought something online without a free trial or […]

Using Scrivener to Collect/Store Research for Writing Projects

No matter what kind of writing you do, chances are you need to do some research for your writing project somewhere along the line. Unfortunately, although research and formatting are very needed in almost every writing project, they’re two of the functions that quite frankly can suck up a lot of potential writing time. One […]