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Ep. 6: The Career Option You Didn’t Know About

Have you ever worried about the future? Is it your dream to have a family but you wonder if a career and college are what God has for you? Have you ever wished for a career option that could ebb and flow along with your different seasons of life? Do you have an interest in writing, web design, graphic design, logos, coding, photography, or art?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, I’m really excited for you to listen to today’s episode. I talked to Shana Anderson about freelancing and content creation: how you can adapt it to fit your life, how much it pays, how to prepare, and even how you can get started on this career path right now as a teenager.

Today’s Question

“I’m facing big decisions… how do I know whether to go to college to ‘be prepared’ if my dream is to be a homemaker, mother, wife, etc…?”

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Resource Mentioned: Writer’s Market 2020

Let’s Talk!

Had you ever heard of this career option? Have you ever dabbled in it yourself? Do you have any follow-up questions about freelancing and content creation?

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3 thoughts on “Ep. 6: The Career Option You Didn’t Know About”

  1. “You never know what you might learn!” Loved that closing part! This was a nice & informative listen, Rachel! As always, thank you for writing and recording these “Joyful Creations!” Keep creating & serving God & His people in these ways. Good work!

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