Forget the latest freelance productivity fads and promos; the secret to success is finding YOUR best productivity groove. Here’s how.
When you see your readers only as dollar signs, you will lose them (and all the money they’d potentially spend on your stuff).
Loosing a client with no notice can be devastating for a freelancer’s bottom line. Here’s how to shore yourself up to weather a sudden loss.
We constantly sell ourselves short, downplay our skills and accomplishments, and kowtow to whatever crapportunity is tossed our way. I call “Bullshit!”
The biggest things I’ve learned from one full year of freelancing full-time (that I so wish I’d known when I started).
Quitting your job, finding “the one,” moving to Tahiti, winning the lottery…Nothing will make you you really, truly happy unless you learn how to BE happy.
Some things you need to do just for you, just because they make you feel more awesome. It’s usually not anything huge, but oh, the difference it can make
Sometimes saying no to something doesn’t mean it’s inherently bad; it just means it’s not right for you at that point in your life.
Color me obvious, but this doesn’t quite seem like what a lifestyle business is supposed to be like…
Don’t pack on the Freelance 15. Here are some sneaky ways to get some movement into your hustling-yet-sedentary lifestyle.
The biggest things I’ve realized over my first month and a half of working for myself.
I quit my day job to live the life I always wanted to live, on my own terms. Here’s how you can do the same.
Freelancing isn’t easy financially, but it’s actually made me into a better budgeter. Here’s how.
While working for yourself has its perks, work is still work. So avoid these exclamations if you want to stay on your self-employed friend’s good side.
Working from home can save you all sorts of things, but it has its costs, too. Here’s my analysis, as I start embarking on this venture.
If you’re genuinely interested in joining the league of side hustlers, I’d like let you know you’re getting yourself into…
In spite of popular belief (and my own personal biases), I have to admit that maybe my day job can HELP me pursue my dream job more than it can hinder it.