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The Reality Blog: Mindy’s Farewell Blog

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | February 22, 2013

After three years and roughly 377,000 words, Mindy is leaving the Reality Blog. Find out where she’s headed and why, and learn the fate of this popular blog.

The Reality Blog: Fire Starting in Austin

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | February 19, 2013

The single easiest thing you can do to guarantee your complete and total success as a web writer. Time-tested and proven.

The Reality Blog: Be Your Own Remarkable Boss in 5 Steps

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | February 15, 2013

Sometimes, being your own boss isn’t enough of a perk to really get the most out of your web-writing career. Read today’s post to discover why you need to go one step further and be a remarkable boss.

The Reality Blog: Eating Habits and Your Writing Success?

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | February 12, 2013

Wondering if what you eat has a direct and immediate effect on your productivity levels? Find out the answer in today’s blog, along with eating tips that will make you smarter.

The Reality Blog: Zap Your Fear Of Change And Pursue Your Goals

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | February 8, 2013

If you’re getting ready for a major life transition then you have to first acknowledge your fears. Fear of change is a major issue. Learn more about how to overcome it.

The Reality Blog: Make the Most of the New LinkedIn Endorsements

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | February 5, 2013

Are the new LinkedIn endorsements really an effective networking tool? Learn how to make them work for you and find out which aspect of those endorsements should be taken with a grain of salt.

The Reality Blog: (Warning) TOO MUCH Time For Web Writing

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | January 29, 2013

It’s one thing to dream of life as a successful freelance web writer, but if you have too much time to make that happen, you risk not ever following though on your goals.

The Reality Blog: Potluck Envy and E-Tension

By Mindy Tyson McHorse | December 14, 2012

Ever had an uncomfortable feeling after getting or sending certain emails? It’s called e-tension, and today’s blog shares a spot-on, stress-free way to get rid of it.