I've been a freelance writer for 8 years, have been seen in places like the New York Times, IFC, MTV, Parade, Bustle, Greatist, and Snooki's Blog (jealous?).
In the past 3 years, I've taught over 1000 students and helped many get their first (or first in awhile) bylines in places like Huffington Post, Teen Vogue, the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Insider, Buzzfeed, and lots more.
"All my ideas suck" used to be the only idea I came up with during a brainstorm. But after some time (and therapy), I found ways to get through those fun inner critic voices and get some ideas down.
Ideas are like Pringles - once you pop you can't stop. But unlike Pringles, ideas are good for you (and not made of weird, smashed up potato bits).
When you find out the kinds of things editors are looking for and ways to tap into your natural, creative self, ideas are easy.
This mini-course gets you to the easy part a whole lot faster.