I Wrote 25+ Articles In February

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I’m now two months through my ‘write 365 articles on Medium’ journey, and it is going quite well, if I may say so myself. I had an extremely strong start through January, uploading more than forty articles in the space of just one month, and it was incredible. I’ve expaned on that through February, but, admittedly, I’ve slowed down ever so slightly.

However, I’m still on course to hit that gargantuan goal, and at the moment, there’s no sign of anything stopping me! So, if you’ve enjoyed my content, be prepared for more gaming, positivity, entrepreneurial, freelancing, and historical articles!

I’ve got just under 300 articles left to write — so, watch this space!

I love making podcasts, but even more than that, I love helping other people make podcasts. To that end, I wrote an article explaining how I create three podcasts without paying a single penny. It’s an insightful read if you’re looking to start your own podcast, but you don’t have any upfront capital to do so.

I decided to honour the late, great Captain Sir Thomas Moore with an article that spoke about his achievements, but that also encouraged and inspired others, just as he did. In this article, I’m telling you that it’s never too late — there’s no expiration date on success.

Is it?

I’ve been working on Upwork for three years, and I believe it truly is the home of the freelancer. My journey has been a lucrative one, and Upwork has helped me stand on my own two feet as a freelancer, but is it the perfect place to start your journey?

Find out in this article.

Some of my most popular posts throughout January were gaming posts, which pleased me greatly! I’m even happier to see that that trend has persisted, and one of my most recent articles is also one of my most popular. In this article, I discuss a hypothetical setting for one of my all-time favourite videogame franchises, Assassin’s Creed.

What would happen if it were to be set in a World War II environment?

Find out.

Whoops, another gaming article! It’s a more melancholy, nostalgic article, in which I discuss the ‘old days’, or what we now fondly refer to as ‘retro gaming’. Dive in and join me on a journey along memory lane, as I discuss how gaming used to make me feel, and offer up some of my fondest, oldest, and dearest memories.

Now, this is an extremely compelling article. Have you ever heard of the Hungarian Suicide Song? It’s a story thick with morbid, heartbreaking topics; a tale of one man’s song that had tragic implications for so many people. Was it truly that bad?

Find out in this article.

Thanks for taking the time to check this post out. I hope you ahve a fantastic day and a successful month.

About the Author

Grant Taylor-Hill is a freelance writer, podcaster, and motivator, with a background in support and team management. He’s a writer by trade and a gamer by passion, and he absolutely loves inspiring others. In his spare time, he produces three podcasts and is constantly expanding his network. Connect with him on social media; just search Grant Taylor-Hill.

Writer, Podcaster, Motivator, and Freelancer who wants to inspire others. Guinness World Record Holder, and Gamer.