April is almost over and I only have one more week at my day job – yay! I keep swinging between being really excited and being really scared but am hopeful and mostly confident.
I was really busy this week (as always) but came across a lot of good links. We start with Chernobyl, have some WordPress, some freelancing, and some more WordPress. :-)
Yesterday I listed the 5 most popular articles that I’ve written this year based on pageviews from google analytics. Today I’m going to list my 5 favorite articles of the one’s I’ve written this year. I don’t think there is going to be any overlap (I haven’t actually selected them yet – it’s going to all be real time while I’m writing).
Many things have been changing in my life recently and I thought I would share them with you. And the good thing is almost all of them are positive changes. They are related to work, food, comments, and family.
I am an excited and nervous all at the same time. I’ve got so much to do in the next couple of weeks – paperwork, projects, organization – that I feel overwhelmed but as I’ve learned over the last year and a half things usually work out for the best (or the way they need to) and that tasks are less difficult when you do them then when you are thinking about them.
Well, the calendar says spring is finally here but the weather seems to feel differently about that.
This week I have information about web design freebies, freelancing, twitter, changes in websites over time, 12 for 12K Tina Turner, and M.C. Hammer.
Recently I wrote about finding freelance work with Twitter. Now that you are are landing freelance jobs you will want assistance in managing your upcoming business. There are a number of WordPress plugins and integrated features that can assist you with that. You might need a payment system, translations, an ecommerce solution or an affordable way to sent newsletters to your clients and potential customers.
Andy Defrancesco has highlighted the 6 of the best ones below.