I'm almost caught up with the seven posts I missed when I started the blogging challenge late. More than half finished now.
I considered talking about writing sites and finding clients for this week's theme. It might bore me, but if I get enough interest, I might make that the final week's theme. (It's all about you guys, so whatever you want! I'm also considering other topics. Oh! I'll have a poll.) I've mentioned before that I write for my day job. It's very unglamorous, but it pays the bills. It's mostly dry, boring writing that makes my brain fall asleep, but it does have some perks.
I'm able to write for a living. No reason to complain about that, right?
I work at home on my own time. (I won't talk about the drawbacks of working from home. If you work from home yourself, you know them. If you work outside the home, you're hating me and don't care about drawbacks!)
Almost every day I learn a new fact or useless tidbit. It's helped me brainstorm interesting story ideas. I have a ton of useless information in my head. A TON!
This week's theme will be useless facts learned while writing for clients. While researching types of contractor's insurance, I might come across hurricane insurance, which will lead to hurricanes, and in turn, that will lead to some of the biggest hurricanes in history. (That's an actual example from yesterday.)
I'll share the path I took to get there, and the tidbit. I follow the shiny things wherever they lead. Shocking, I know!