Eden Fried

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Why I Decided to Read a Book Every Two Weeks

“There are worse crimes than burning books.  One of them is not reading them.” – Ray Bradbury Click to Tweet I’m taking on a personal self-improvement project: read a book every two weeks.One of my greatest struggles has always been with personal follow through (keeping a journal, maintaining a strict diet, etc.). I can’t tell […]

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How to Let Fear Turn to Opportunity

The last few months of my life have been, perhaps, the greatest of my short little life.But they’ve been scary as hell.You know the feeling, I’m sure. It’s like when you’re scared of needles yet you’re sitting in the doctor’s office waiting for the nurse to draw your blood. Or when you’re afraid of public […]

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How to Become a Freelancer with No Experience

In the past month, I decided to ditch my law school plan (plus my day job) and spend time learning how to “do my own thing”… freelance. There was only one teensy tiny little problem: I wanted to become a freelancer with virtually no experience.To clarify, it’s not that I lacked any sort of professional […]

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June 2016 Income Report

​ $ 62.50 June 2016 Income No – I’m not rich and for many people $62.50 is less than they make an hour.But here’s the thing: in May 2016, I made no money online. In June 2016, I made $62.50. And it was all done in the comfort of my own home.Tease me if you’d […]

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The Dangers of Perfectionism

It took me 4 weeks to publish my first blog.Granted, in those few weeks I spent a great deal of time learning how to standup a WordPress site, integrate a newsletter subscription form, create a Gravatar, setup Google Analytics, among other beginner blogger tasks.But don’t get too caught up in my ridiculousness.It took me 15 […]

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Why I’m Bailing on Law School

My name is Eden, I’m 23 years old, and I spent the last six months convincing myself that I want to go to law school.I swear, it really did sound like a good idea at the time. Work wasn’t satisfying me quite the way I expected it would and I wanted more. My gravitation to […]

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