Tag Archives: TalentEgg

A Flattering Shout Out

Like many young professionals and aspiring writers today, I’m all over Twitter.

Love it or hate it, Twitter has become one of the best social media tools out there and has the power to start trends, make you laugh and maybe even help you land your dream job.

One of my fellow writers, Erin,  over at Talent Egg recently posted an article about the benefits of Twitter for students and recent graduates. As I scrolled down to read her advice, I was surprised to see my face and twitter bio as part of her piece.

If you're not following these Tweeters, you should be!

If you’re new to Twitter or looking to make the most out of your 140 character entries, I would suggest reading Erin’s advice. Remember to have fun, be creative and put your best self out there. You never know who may be retweeting!

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La Petite Blonde Pouffe

Don’t you just love pretty headbands?

Julia Prajza, Miss Petite Blonde Pouffe

I recently came across these ones online and fell in love, so I decided to contact the designer, Julia Prajza, to hear about her journey to starting her accessories business.

You can read the story on TalentEgg.ca here.

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A Look into my (possible) future

Freelancing through University did a great job at supporting my shoe habit, but now I think it could be so much more. Since graduating I’ve seriously began to consider going into business full-time as a freelance writer. As I figure out the pros and cons of this possible career I’ve been lucky enough to come in contact with many great professional writers willing to share their knowledge and advice with aspiring freelancers.

I “met” Heidi Turner through Twitter a little while ago and I’ve enjoyed reading her thoughts on freelancing on her blog. I know there are many other aspiring writers in need of some guidance, and Heidi was willing to share some of her experiences to get potential freelancers off on the right start.

Check out my interview with Heidi Turner on TalentEgg.ca

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