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.
It’s time to start maximizing the meaning in my hours rather than the billable rate they command.
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).
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
It’s been a long and winding (and often crazy) road, but I’ve finally reached the Quit of Quits. I know, I don’t fully believe it yet, either.
When I first started out as an entrepreneur in 2010, I wanted one thing: FREEDOM. I craved freedom like most girls crave shoes. Or carbs. I wanted freedom to do what I wanted, when I wanted, where I wanted, and how I wanted. And I certainly wasn’t willing to settle for anything less. In fact, […]
My name is Cordelia, and I am a hustleraholic. But not for long…
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.
The next state in the Grand Master Plan has arrived. (Woo-ha!)
This is the last big leap before, well, the Last Big Leap. Onward and upward, kiddies!
Taking stock of how far I’ve come, and what that means for anyone hoping to restart their dreams.
If you’re genuinely interested in joining the league of side hustlers, I’d like let you know you’re getting yourself into…
I’ve officially requested one day off work each week to focus more on my writing—and my boss agreed to it! Here’s how I did it and what I learned from it.