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My Open Letter To Future Freelance Writing Client(s)

My name is Jasmine Williams. I am 23 years old. I struggle with high functioning autism. Due to this, it's been hard finding a job. I have been blogging since 2017 on Wordpress. I am passionate about being a Freelance Writer. I can write about autism and mental health. I can write about topics that aren't really talked about. Like how aspies struggle with employment. If you want more info you can check out other autism blogs that I have written.
I have a second blog where I write about gaming, art, and YouTube.

I started making blogs about autism and mental health last year around the spring. Overall, I've been blogging since 2017. I want you to know what you have to be direct with me. I need a direct date and time that you need your article so I can plan accordingly. I need bullet points that you want in the article so it's what you want. I need enough time to plan the article. I schedule my articles but it still can't hurt to know ahead of time.

'Real world' jobs may not be for me. Writing is for me. It's a way for me to express myself. It's a way for people to feel me. You will not be disappointed if you hire me. You will get the best article written if you hire me. I will be grateful that you gave me a chance. Autism and mental health are important topics to me. I feel these are topics that need education. This is how I can benefit your web site, by helping others spread education and awareness for autism and mental health.  Thank you for your time.

-Jasmine Williams


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