What if in a few short weeks, you could begin to understand how to break into nutrition writing?

Or, let me rephrase that...

What if you could begin to explore writing as a potential source of extra income or eventually, a full time salary? Where do you even start?

Here’s the problem

You know that to start getting paid to write, you need to understand the world of health writing a bit more. You need someone to give you a general overview of the writing process, the opportunities available, what to charge, and basically how to get started.

This will help you answer questions like:

  • What types of writing opportunities are available to RDs?
  • Do I need a niche?
  • Where do I find clients?
  • What do I charge?
  • And more!

Imagine having a solid understanding of how to start writing without wasting your time reading dozens of articles about how to get started.

  • You would understand if writing is the right fit for you.
  • You would know where to start looking for writing jobs.
  • You would have an understanding of how writing is priced.

If you want to learn about the world of nutrition writing

I have a great place for you to start.

Introducing

My Guide to

Freelance Writing

An introduction to nutrition writing for RDs

My guide to becoming a freelance writer as an RDN will take you through all the steps you need to start freelance writing.

Here’s what you get

  • A run down of what types of writing are available to RDs.
  • Suggestions for sites to look for writing jobs
  • To niche or not to niche?
  • How writing is priced
  • Additional resources to get you started
  • What RDNs should consider before starting to write.
  • Types of writing available to RDNs.
  • Where to look for writing jobs.
  • My best tips on applying for work.
  • How to price your work.
  • A list of my favorite resources for getting started in freelance writing.
  • One CEU for completion of the guide!

What makes the Guide to Freelance writing different?

This guide focuses specifically on helping RDs get started with health writing. It is a quick and dirty guide, not a full course, that can help you evaluate if writing is for you.