ECP a.k.a. ShamanicShift (ecp_writes) wrote,
ECP a.k.a. ShamanicShift
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My Squidoo 2013 experiment, continuing

After publishing a lens about (unscientifically unproven) immune boosting tea (that works for me, I insist) I continue researching a new Squidoo strategy for this year's new whirl.

After searches on the site and through Google brought up everything but, finally I found the Overview-FAQ-TOS lens linked in the footer -- where else, duh?! Also, I am halfway done perusing all the SquidTeam lenses for miscellaneoous guidance, but most of these haven't been updated in months to years. 

Besides noting official instructions and suggestions, I'm peering through successful lensmasters' how-to ("make money on Squidoo") lenses.

As before, at least one new lens per day is part of my plan. That was always doable. Picking profitable topics has been my worst weakness all along, everywhere.

These snowy, icy midwinter days are better for working than playing, for me, but not for my colleague Tortoise Cat.

Her freelance work is inspecting our territory at least once per day, according to her. But usually she procrastinates long hours through icy, snowy, windy, chilly days, peering northwesterly out our living-room window, then frolicking wall-to-wall.

When we do emerge for a stroll and a prowl, she hurries, pauses, then scurries.

Well, despite calling myself a "flexible freelancer" -- it turns out I'm rather fussy too. 

Tortoise Cat in Snowy Oak Creek on January 14, 2013


Tortoise Cat Snow Watching in Oak Creek on January 14, 2013


Tortoise Cat Homeward Boung in Snowy Oak-Creek on January 14, 2013
Tags: freelance writing, freelancing, plans, play, snow, tortoise cat, winter, winter 2012-13
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