Every freelancer has had that moment…
the one where you stare at the blank email screen, wondering what the heck you’re supposed to write.

You probably have an idea of what message you need to communicate, but doing it in the right way can be tricky.

Emails leave the infamous ‘paper trail’, which is both a blessing and a curse. It’s hard sometimes to communicate tone. You read and reread your email a million times before sending, yet the recipient still finds a way to be offended by it. It’s now there in writing and could very well end up being shared. Suddenly, you’ve got less clients and a negative online review.

Honestly, writing emails can be risky business.

Luckily (for you), I’ve been doing this freelance thing for 15 years, and have sent approximately 345345833987 emails in that time.

I can’t imagine a possible scenario that I haven’t seen.

Now, I’m serving you the very same emails I’ve successfully used time and time again in my business.

Introducing my

Email Recipe Bases Handbook

My go-to recipe book for all email communications with my clients. From first meeting to final payment, to firing bad apples, it’s all here served up for you!

With over 30 (and counting) pre-written email templates included, I’ve done the awkward work for you.

Simply copy and paste, add your own spices, and communicate what you need to with the lowest risk possible.

Whether it’s pitching to prospective clients, asking to be paid, or firing difficult clients, the email recipe base basically makes the pie for you. All you have to do is add your spices and serve it up.

Includes email recipes like:

  • Fast turnaround = Rush Rates

  • Repeat customer with a price increase

  • Saying yes to barter offers or exposure with conditions

  • Sorry, I don’t share Hourly Rates

  • Saying “No, thank you” due to capacity/short timeline/low budget/no interest/bartering or exposure declining

  • Selling new work to past clients

  • Parting ways due to strategic reasons/personal circumstances or poor client behaviour

  • Plus so many more!

I need an email template for when…

I want to say no to barter workI want to add a rush rateI start working with a clientI have a repeat client with a price increaseI want to say yes to barter and setting termsI want to say yes to exposure but with conditionsI want to say I don't share hourly ratesI want to say no due to capacityI want to say no due to too short timelineI want to say no due to low budgetI want to wrap up the project and get paidI want to get my client to hurry up (nicely)I want to check in with a ghosted clientI want to part ways with a PITA clientI want to pitch new work to a past client

You’ll find it inside the Email Recipe Bases Handbook