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Curia Murray - Freelance Sales & Field Sales
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Swimwear Designer
Lancaster, California, United States

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Street Scoffield - Freelance Writing & Marketing
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I'm an exceptional writer. If you provide the information, I will provide the talent. You will get the product and quality that you're looking for; I'll get paid. Smiles all around. Also provide a gaggle of other services. Inquire through email, if interested.
Summerville, South Carolina, United States
Karen - Freelance Painting & Drawing
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I am creative using many different methods - mainly fond of paper work i.e drawing and painting, but i also have access to a studio (please see website) where I can cast sculptures into resin that can be manipulated to appear in a variety of different materials such as aluminium and bronze. My own preferred themes that run in my personal art consists of fantasy and portraits of both animals and people. Rates vary dependent on service required, so please don't hesitate to contact me for a quote :)
Maidstone, Kent, United Kingdom
Suzanne Wilson - Freelance Writing & Poem Writing
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4.0
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Hi. I am a published author of one novel, and another in the works. My preferred genre are thrillers, mystery and romance. I am new to ghostwriting, but can assure you I am highly motivated to do an excellent job and build references. I am a creative thinker with outstanding writing, spelling, grammar and dialogue skills. I am also adept at writing poetry to fit different occasions and can offer samples upon request. I have been a nurse for over 20 years, so my medical translation skills are very good. I draw, and would love to help you design a cover for your book as well. I am also much less expensive due to the fact I am asking you to take a chance on a newbie! Thank you for taking the time to read this, and good luck with your project!
Hanford, California, United States
Komson Yamshuen - Freelance Illustration & Drawing
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"Komson Yamshuen is a former awards winning art director who worked with leading advertising agencies in Thailand such as Young & Rubicam, Monday and Ogilvy & Mather Bangkok. Now he has become a freelance illustrator living in London"
London, London, United Kingdom
Shelley Gill - Freelance Fiction Writing & Book Writing
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I am a stay-at-home mom who works from home running my direct sales party plan business, selling wickless candles. I would like to find a few freelance jobs to do on the side. I have excellent phone skills and am able to make customers feel at ease. I am currently working on two novels and would enjoy submitting other written works as well.
Vancouver, Washington, United States
Becky Roberts - Freelance Book Cover Design & Poster Design
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3.0
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$25
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I am a self taught artist who has over the past few years found time to indulge myself in my own quirky, colourful art. I have in that time published a children's book with my father and a small booklet for a chain of daycare centres in Queensland Australia. I have also printed numerous Postcards and cards which sell in different outlets in the district where I live as well as online. I LOVE animals and do many commissions under PortfolioPets for pets that have passed and fur babies that are very loved. I am happiest when doing my colourful fun art as you will see and I can do a variety of different styles. On Facebook under PortfolioPics
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Kevin Baldwin - Freelance Animation & Brochure Design
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Started a professional career in 1982 at the studios of Bob [Link Removed] job was the children's TV series Henry's Cat. This went on to win a BAFTA and Cable TV in the USA. Numerous commercials followed including the successful 'Trio' biscuits campaign and 'Oracle' for Channel 4. In a 1993 a joint venture with Bob Godfrey resulted in the short film 'Small Talk' which went on to receive Best Animated Short nomination at the 1994 Academy Awards. Other work followed including Know your Europeans for John Halas and satirical collaborations with cartoonist Steve Bell for 'Maggie Thatcher: Where Is She Now?' and 'Will's World'. Pop promos include 'I Got You Babe ' for UB40, and 'Get a Grip' for Black Sabbath. 'Monkey Dust' followed for Talkback TV and a personal project 'The Losers' Club'. Recent collaboration with writer/ actor Graham Fellows led to a short film and video promo 'Unaccompanied Lady' based on his comic character, John Shuttleworth. Recently completed a short film about Oliver Cromwell.
London, London, United Kingdom
Pamelareadz - Freelance Journalistic Photography & Journalistic Writing
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3.0
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$10
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I am a freelance writer, and I want to gain more experience in writing. Some writing samples: Balancing your work and personal life can be hard, especially when you're a caregiver. Not only do you have yourself to think of when balancing your schedule, but you have to think of the person or persons you are caring for as well. To do this, you have to be very dedicated to your work as a caregiver and, also, want very much to have a life of your own outside of your work. There are many people who cannot do this, balance their work and life when they are caring for someone. They don't understand how to separate the two, and the two lines start becoming blurred in their lives. To do this, one has to have several qualities. We'll examine three of these: 1.) Be dedicated - You have to be dedicated. To both your work and your personal life. You have to want to devote its own time to each individual area to make sure they are getting the attention that they need. So many fail in this area. It takes time and commitment to be dedicated, but you can do it. All you have to do is set aside separate time for both, don't cross over the line of giving the work's or personal life's time to the other, and you'll succeed. 2.) Be honest - You have to be honest. You have to be a realist. What type of devotion does it take to be a caregiver? Will you be giving more than you can allow? Do you have the time to commit? You have to be honest about your care giving position, with yourself and your caregiver. They deserve that. 3.) Be flexible - You have to be flexible. Being a caregiver is not a regular 9 to 5 job. You're not going to start and end at the exact times, but, if you're not an overtime person, being a caregiver is not for you. Flexibility is key to being successful, for your patient and yourself. Understand that, many times, you'll have to adjust yourself to allow time for work and personal life, but, if you know this ahead of time, you'll be okay. So, balancing your work and personal life can be hard. However, it can be done, and you can succeed as long as you're able to be dedicated, honest and flexible. Securing these three areas will set you on your way to becoming a successful caregiver. Memory loss can be devastating and life changing. And, for those individuals caught unaware, it can be rough. However, it is an inevitable part of life. They wake up one day and suddenly find themselves unable to remember how to do simple things: comb your hair, brush your teeth or how to put on your clothes. Things that just yesterday they remembered how to do. You’re not able to remember your spouse’s name, a face you have looked at everyday for years, and you’re not able to remember your other loved ones’ names. You start to feel lost because you can’t remember in a world that is still constantly going on around you. You feel helpless and alone. Nevertheless, despite these feelings, please know that you’re not alone. There is help outside of your walls of non-remembrance if you choose to seek it. There are resources available to you if only you will take advantage of them. Start by talking with your primary care physician. Talk with them about what you have been feeling and that you’re having a loss of memory. Be honest in that you are scared and afraid of what’s ahead for you on this new road, and you lack direction. Aside from prescribing medications, there might be other ways in which they can offer their assistance. They might refer you to a therapist, psychiatrist and/or any other medical doctor that may be able to assist you in coming to terms with the fact that your memory is failing you. You’re not as sharp as you used to be. Please remember that this is a life-changing event for you, and you’ll be uncomfortable with asking for help. You’ll be uncomfortable with opening up about what’s not working on you anymore, but it’s necessary in order for you to get better. Moreover, another way to help yourself is to help someone else. Many times, this is true and will reward you tremendously. I know you might be thinking, “What can I do for someone who’s losing their memory. I’m losing my mind too.” Don’t listen to that negative thinking because you can help them by sitting with them, listening to their stories and going through pictures with them. You’d be surprised how an available ear is better medicine that what we take with a glass of water. Memory loss is scary. It’s lonely and life-changing, but it can be overcome. Reach out to the resources that are available to you. You never know where your help will come from.
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Christine Bush - Freelance Data Entry & Word Processing
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5.0
2 Skills
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I am an experienced and proficient office administrator able to quickly turn your handwritten notes and taped information into properly formatted documents. Can type 80+ wpm & proficient in dictation. I can complete any office work: formating & keying letters, agreements, forms, emails, PowerPoint presentations, excel spreadsheets, graphs, charts, etc. Graduated with high honours in Office Admin College Diploma Program, Oakville, ON.
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada