We’ve got two weeks until Blue Monday, meaning that I’ve got two weeks to tone down my excitement of getting back to copywriting after the Christmas break.
Sure, Baileys for breakfast, mince pies for elevenses and mulled wine for hydration has its perks, but after a week and a half of WhatsApp being my sole creative outlet, I’m ready to get back in the game. So, what’s in store for January?
Most popular topic
This month, the most popular topic I’ll be writing about is IR35. Coming into force in April this year, I’m working on a series of blogs, guides and leaflets on the topic of tax.
My main aim: to ensure that tax isn’t taxing.
New year, new work. I’ve been assigned some interesting new projects this month already, including a planning award, web copy for a solicitors’ practice and some blogs on the construction industry.
I’m most excited about: refreshing my legal prose.
Awaywithwords.ink is being refreshed ahead of its complete revamp in the coming months. Other changes you’ll notice in the next few weeks include an updated portfolio, social media resurrection and more names popping into the “who we work with” section on the front page.
I promise to: do this.
What I’m reading
I’m a goal setter and have challenged myself to read a book a month in 2020. While you might expect me to be an avid reader (which I am), when you’re writing and reading all day, sometimes Netflix has more appeal at night. But not this year (at least not until after I’ve finished You.)
This month’s book: Dracula.
And that should be enough to keep me occupied. If Blue Monday has got you stressed about any of your own content this January, get in touch to see how A Way With Words can help.
About A Way With Words
A Way With Words was born out of a legal career that took a sharp left. If you’d like to see how I can help with your copy, get in touch today.