Freelance Writers Appreciation Week
Freelance Writers Appreciation Week falls during the second week in February and celebrates those writers who toil ceaselessly to provide companies, websites, blogs, and libraries with the content they need. Without writers, people wouldn’t be able to enjoy the top ten list on their favorite blog, the latest news, or even about their favorite holidays.
These writers work long hours, often alone in a room, and have to work against deadlines, word counts, and coffee-induced heartburn. That’s why we feel that everyone who enjoys reading — whether that reading is done through a book, magazine article, or blog — should take the time to thank their favorite writer or at least buy them a cup of coffee.
The History Of Freelance Writers Appreciation Week
This holiday is one that was first created in 2013, but who created it is yet unknown. We’re just going to assume that this holiday was created by some overworked freelance writers who decided to create a holiday so that one day they would receive appreciation for the hard work that they do on a daily basis all year long.
Interesting Facts About Freelance Writers
Let’s take a look at some of the facts about freelance writers that we think many people reading this article will find interesting.
- Freelance writers often have the ability to choose their own working hours and days off.
- Freelance writers can work anywhere in the world. Most just need Internet access.
- Freelance writers often have to do without company-backed benefits that other professions enjoy.
Observing Freelance Writers Appreciation Week
Go ahead, buy your favorite freelance writer a cup of coffee, or simply some appreciation during this week. This week can also be a good week for people who are not currently freelance writers but are interested in becoming one, to think about their options.