- Northampton, GB
- £7 /hr
- Available now
I have a Bachelors Degree in Law, CELTA and a Diploma in Detox. I love to read, write and read and then write some more. At the moment I'm reading 'The Magic of Gettingmore...I have a Bachelors Degree in Law, CELTA and a Diploma in Detox. I love to read, write and read and then write some more. At the moment I'm reading 'The Magic of Getting What You Want' by David J. Schwartz. I highly recommend this book.
Actually, it's this book, that helped me embark on a freelancing career. I love working for myself and, David J. Schwartz definitely inspires you to be the best version of yourself. Freelancing gives me freedom and joy to do the things I really love. I don't like being chained down to one aspect of life; I'm what they call an ambivert/empath so everyday is a chance to broaden my skills and mind.
The service I can provide is proofreading, help writing an article on either health or a genre of your choosing. At the moment I am writing an article about 'love addiction'.
I am reliable, fun and bubbly and aim to give 100% in everything I do. I can type 70 words per minute, so if you are looking for a typist; I'm your girl!
I worked in a Law firm for about a year so I understand what it takes to be organised and dedicated. My job entailed the basic receptionist skills, typing letters and filing.
Having completed my Law degree I have gained immense research skills. Having to complete a 8,000 word dissertation certainly proved this. I love to research and get a feel for a certain topic/genre. I am open to everything and can find anything interesting.
I also completed my CELTA which is teaching English as a second language to adults. This was a very challenging experience, although I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. It took me right out of my comfort zone and helped me face my fears. I am now a well-rounded, confident and ambitious person.
My main strengths include typing really fast, having a good eye for detail (i.e. spelling mistakes, context setting, organisation etc) and knowing what sells when it comes to writing. For example when speaking about health, readers don't want to know the science behind it, they just want that 'get healthy quick' answer. So you wouldn't want to write a 3000 word article on the science behind eating pomegranates.
On the other hand if I was to produce an academic piece of writing then yes science and facts will need to be included in my article.
Proofreader/English Teacher/Blog Writer/Transcriptinist