By Alex Wojcicki Washington Post Staff WriterThe editors of Travel Writing at the Associated Press were the first in the nation to accept a freelance contract from a major media company.
A couple of years ago, the AP was trying to break into the travel industry, and I joined the team as the editor-in-chief, according to a recent story in the AP’s Travel section.
I’ve had my share of ups and downs with my job, but I have never experienced anything quite like the kind of pressure I had when I was an editor at Travel.
I think I’d probably still be doing my job if I didn’t think about the potential of being a freelancer.
When I was a freelancers, I felt that the way to succeed was to not get caught up in the job itself.
You were working for your employer.
It was your life.
Now I think I’ve found my calling.
What’s the deal?
A few weeks ago, we had a meeting with the AP.
They told me I was going to be the AP editor-at-large, and that I would be covering the Olympics for AP.
I was pretty excited.
I love being a reporter.
I love being in the newsroom.
I’ve been doing this for almost two years, so I’ve had some time to think about it and make sure I understood it.
The idea of being the AP Editor-in.
is a really exciting one.
The idea of having to do this with AP is definitely a dream come true.
I’d never been to a big media event before.
So I had a lot of fun and I thought it would be fun to work with AP.
But there were some challenges, which I’ve always tried to be aware of.
I think the biggest one was the fact that I’m a very competitive person.
I do want to be in the top 10 percent, so there was a lot to learn.
I also had a sense that if I was the AP Reporter of the Year or AP Writer of the year, there would be a lot more scrutiny.
I knew the AP would like me, but at the same time, I didn’ want to take on the responsibility of being someone who would be constantly judged.
I wanted to be able to focus on what I loved doing.
The hardest part of that job is knowing when I’m not working hard enough.
It’s hard to be consistent.
So, I really felt like I had to prove myself as a reporter and editor by writing.