They’re fuzzy and cute. But did you know that you could also benefit just by having them around?
I’m talking about your pets, of course. Whether you have a dog, a cat, or even a fish–there are some definite benefits to freelancing with pets.
Fortunately, as freelancers, we are able to have our pets with us when we work. In fact, I was startled to see that many of the comments on a recent FreelanceM.ag post were about freelancers and their pets. Once I realized how beneficial pets really are, though, the comments made a lot of sense.
If you love freelancing and you love pets, you’ll relate to this post.
It’s not what you think.
Admittedly, there are a lot of things that bother freelancers.
But the one thing that most freelancers agree upon is they don’t want to work for free. Yes, “free” is that four-letter word that freelancers hate.
In this post, I’ll discuss the problem of “clients” who ask you to work for free. I’ll also discuss whether you should ever agree to work for free. If you’ve ever been asked to work without pay, you’ll probably relate to this post.
You may have already been approached by a potential client who has a seemingly impossible project that no one wants to work on. Turning this “ugly” project down may seem like a no-brainer, but is it really the right thing to do?
If you haven’t been approached by a client with an “ugly” project yet, chances are good that you will be offered one at some point during your freelancing career.
In this post, we’ll take a look at “ugly” projects and discuss how you might benefit by giving them a second look. Also, I’ll share my own experience with an “ugly” job and ask you to share yours.
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One of the wonderful things about freelancing is that a freelancing job is mobile. It doesn’t matter where you happen to be when you work, as long as you meet your deadlines and produce high quality work.
This flexibility of location has led to a new breed of freelancer–the location independent professional. These are freelancers who combine a love for travel with their freelancing careers.
But, becoming a location independent professional may not be as easy as it seems. In this post, I’ll share some areas to look out for if you plan to work and travel. I’m also inviting any location independent professionals to chime in with their own experiences and advice.
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