You probably don’t want to hear this. But you should.
Being defined by a single job title alone is so 20th century.
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…
Having money is great…but not if it totally overshadows everything else in your life.
The biggest things I’ve realized over my first month and a half of working for myself.
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.
It’s OK to do an about-face if you realize the dream you’ve been working for really isn’t your dream anymore.
Freelancing isn’t easy financially, but it’s actually made me into a better budgeter. Here’s how.
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.
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.
The typical 9-5 workplace environment comes as a bit of a slap in the face to anyone who’s made it to their 20s.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a good, old-fashioned ROWE-inspired rant around here. Plus, some of my holier-than-thou, “butt-at-desk-parker” coworkers have been getting on my nerves lately. So, here ya go—a nice little Why Work Sucks manifesto to start out your week : Why Keeping Track of Your Employees’ Every Last Move (a.k.a. “Presenteeism”) […]
Some people don’t WANT to be un-miserable. So be it. You can’t save ’em all.
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“Office and Member Services Coordinator” is my official job title at the nonprofit where I work, but to me that’s just a fancy way of saying secretary. Oh excuse me, administrative professional. As a 2008 graduate with a BA in public relations from a pretty reputable school of journalism, I feel like I have definitely […]
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.
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.