Making money off newsletters and other content

Making money off newsletters and other content

While I am still trying to make sense of Clubhouse, I did end up in a room the other day where the topic of discussion was on how to monetise newsletters. What drew me to the room was Dan Runcie, whose work with his platform Trapital I have been following for a couple...
The stories we tell ourselves

The stories we tell ourselves

“Who are we but the stories we tell ourselves, about ourselves, and believe?”Scott Turow Life can be messy. It is by no means a linear trajectory with one thing after the other. Amidst the cacophony, we seek the meaning of it all. And we search for who we are. That...
The power of journaling

The power of journaling

I’ve been journaling relatively regularly for the last 3 to 4 years. It was prompted by finally getting around to reading Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way, in particularly the section on Morning Pages. On her site, she explains what these are: “Morning Pages are three...
The art of reading

The art of reading

The Farnam Street blog has gradually taken an important place in my journey of self-discovery and understanding of self and the world around me. While I haven’t reached the level of paying member – conversion of dollar to rand currently puts it just outside my reach –...
A case for daily blogging

A case for daily blogging

The battle between quality and quantity is never-ending, especially when it comes to things like maintaining a blog. I used to follow all the sites, the ones with Tips and How-Tos and For Whys when it comes to blogging. I get it, I really do, but I don’t always have...

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