I've been out of the writing game for about four months now. I had a long term client for around eight months before that, and went with a physical establishment/employer. It wasn't the job for me, so I need to return to writing immediately. They say "do what you love"- so I decided to walk out on it. I didn't want to be the girl who despised her job!!! So here I stand, trusting that I'll have just as much luck in writing as I did before!!! So the question is: WHO do I write for, or WHERE do I go to write? I have bills waiting... haha Now, you will find attached a sample for personal judgment. Based on my skills, if you were me, where would you go? I do have an idea of what I'd charge, as I was very successful before. But I need clients fast, and I need at least 40 articles a week. So where can I find this level of work immediately???? All of the people who I previously worked for have their slots for the month filled- So that isn't an option at the moment. I need an immediate solution. >.< Random sample, out of personal interest: Preparing for Spay or Neuter Procedures In accordance with the overwhelming amount of homeless animals, along with those who have been overcrowding shelters, spaying and neutering has received worldwide attention as a solution to this ongoing problem. Most families turn to this procedure to take responsibility as a pet owner to avoid contributing to the problem as well. Before you take your pet into your local veterinary office for this procedure, your pet should be fully prepared, and proper accommodations should be made within your home and your schedule. The animal that you have scheduled for surgery will need to be in prime health, and this is going to be the most important factor when it comes to ensuring that your pet will have a favorable outcome from the surgery. The animal should be free of parasites and illness, it should be within a healthy weight range, and the animal will need to be screened for any underlying conditions that could cause complications. Some conditions (such as heart defects) can cause serious complications during surgery. You should schedule a checkup for your animal a few weeks before surgery, to ensure your animal is completely healthy. As for your home, you will need to have a designated area for your pet during the recovery process. They will need a sleeping area, food, and water all within a short reach; especially during the first day home. Your animal will be in pain, and will be very drowsy and sleepy. The area should also be kept meticulously clean, to avoid infection after surgery. Usually, the most difficult aspect of having an animal spayed or neutered is altering a personal schedule. You will need to be fully dedicated to the animal the day of surgery, and the day after. On the day of surgery, you will need to be able to take the animal to and from the office, as well as keep in contact with the veterinarian while the animal is under his or her care. The day the animal comes home will involve a lot of time on the owner's part, as the animal needs to be watched closely for any post-surgery complications. The animal may also need to relieve itself often, which would involve plenty of outside breaks for dogs. Scheduling the surgery at least six weeks in advance should allow you time to clear your schedule for two to three days so that you may take care of your animal.