Fabulous Freelancer Friday: Musings and Job Postings for the Week of 2/11/19-2/15/19

Hello, everyone! Friday has made its way to us again, so here I am with my usual roundup of thoughts and opportunities!

In blog happenings, this week I slightly revamped the footer to include my affiliate disclosures, and added new graphics to the sidebar. I also implemented my very first pop-up! As for traffic, my reviews continue to be particularly well-received.

Remember, I welcome reviews from our freelancing community, too! Please visit my Guest Posting Rules to learn more.


  • Speaking of reviews, some of you might remember my recent post, “What’s the Potential of Steemit, a Monetized Social Media Platform?”
    • I continue to post content from this blog over there, as well as additional creative sorts of things (here’s my profile). As a writer and a hobby photographer, I’ve found it a great community to learn from.
    • Truth be told, I haven’t really gotten around to the whole community participation aspect as of yet. So, imagine my surprise when a member nominated me for the Week 45 Pay It Forward Curation Contest! I’m not entirely sure what the rewards mean, but I feel honored, just the same!
  • I haven’t really watched much of the Academy Awards in years, but I was still aghast to learn that they’re relegating cinematography, hair/makeup, film editing, and (to a lesser degree of aghast-ness) live-action short to commercial breaks.
  • That whole debacle brought to mind the movie Hostiles, whose cinematography is among the best I’ve ever seen. Ever. Actually, I cannot say enough about how profoundly important this movie is on several levels. Hostiles takes the traditional Western genre, turns it on its head, and creates a masterpiece of social commentary. Here’s the trailer:
  •  I encourage you to Read Chief Phillip Whiteman’s Op-ed for Indian Country Today, Hostiles Movie Reflects Native Culture with Sensitivity and Accuracy
    • Two of Chief Whiteman’s poignant quotes really bring to light the movie’s message:
      • “Scott Cooper’s Hostiles movie is a reminder to humankind that we are all connected, a notion that is a large part of Cheyenne culture and one that this country needs right now.”
      • “We are all capable of being hostile, but love is a far greater force…I encourage you to see this movie, and go with an open mind and open heart.”


Please do your own due diligence before officially applying to any and all job postings!

Here are some opportunities that, at the very least, look interesting in some capacity:

Until next time!

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