I returned to full-time employment in April after 9 years of freelancing. I frequently see posts by people who leave full-time work for a freelance lifestyle. Here are my reasons
You might want something different in your career, relationship, finances or 100 other things. What we usually want is some kind of change we believe is better for us, as
As 2016 breaks open, I’m drawn to memories of past years where the start of a new year created an excitement and motivation in me to take on the world.
I need to heed my own advice. I HAVE been freaking out about not blogging for awhile. Offline life sometimes needs to take priority and forces you to pause other
Non-compete clauses are common agreements signed by freelancers and come in various forms. They can be presented as a standalone agreement or as a section called out in a larger
Do you remember “Choose your own ________” items from childhood? Fill in the blank with words like “story” or “adventure”. And then there were Mad Libs, the stories with blanks
Ambiguity. I can’t escape it. I face it each day. It is a double-edged sword. Work that comes with clear directions and a direct path to completion with all variables
If you work remotely even occasionally, you'll eventually have a need to visually share a document or conduct a voice conference call. You may be familiar with a few options
Have you recently left your 9-5 life to work for yourself from home? Now comes the part that many of us didn’t think too much about. Removing the 9-5 job removed our daily structure. In order to be effective and happy in our new role, we need to create that structure for ourselves. This is challenging for some people and the following 3 tips to help you make the shift are an easy way to get started.