Getting paid to be pampered

Writing Your Way to Luxurious Spa Treatments on the House – and Get Paid, Too

  Melissa Broughton is a travel writer specializing in spa reviews and spa health. Check out her tips for breaking into this luxurious and lucrative Barefoot Writing niche – even if you have no previous professional writing experience. By Melissa Broughton Imagine this – you’re lounging in a quiet room with soft lighting, on a [...]

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Living a Barefoot Writer Lifestyle Working Only a Few Hours Each Week

By Rebecca Matter The lifestyle of a Barefoot Writer can look different to many people, but one thing is always the same: you get to live life on your own terms. You call the shots with how you spend your time, what types of writing projects you take on, and how much money you make. [...]

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How to Make a Great “Barefoot Living” Helping Small Businesses in Your Town

One of the most lucrative ways to make good money as a Barefoot Writer might be right in your own backyard. According to a Citibank survey, 72 percent of small businesses who think they should have their own websites don’t – simply because they don’t have the time or knowledge to do it. This is [...]

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A Confidence Booster From the King

By Steve Roller Freelance copywriter and AWAI Member “Long live the King,” hailed Entertainment Weekly when this book was published in 2000. No, not that King (although I think every American should make a pilgrimage to Graceland). Stephen King, the master storyteller from Bangor, Maine. Author of Carrie and Salem’s Lot (both written in the [...]

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COPYWRITING: Your Golden Ticket to the Barefoot Writing Lifestyle

By Rebecca Matter What does being a Barefoot Writer mean to you? Having more control over your financial future … Spending more time with your family … Having more time to travel … Having a flexible schedule … Working at home … Living where you want … Working when you want … Maybe all of [...]

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