In a traditional job, an employee typically receives paid vacation. For a freelancer, however, vacation is different.
Vacation is an unpaid time and a freelancer must plan ahead and save before they are able to take one. Many freelancers are afraid to take a vacation because they fear that they will lose clients. Other freelancers don’t take a vacation because they can’t afford to lose income.
Did you ever wonder what most freelancers really do about vacation? With planning, it is possible for a freelancer to enjoy a vacation.
In this post, I’ll share how some actual freelancers handle vacation. I’ll also describe three types of vacations that freelancers can plan for and how to handle each of them.
Of course, a flair for descriptive writing is an important prerequisite too. A combination of these two factors gives you the perfect temperament for successful travel writing.
But this is not all you need. There are some other skills for you to develop too if you want to taste success in this line of work.
Only when you have the right skill sets and knowledge can you commit yourself to a career of travel writing.
As a freelancer, your business image isn’t just a reflection of your work, it’s a statement of your personal identity. With every project you complete, a portion of your personal design beliefs, creative insights and unique identity is woven into the results. These ties should be reflected in the freelance identity portrayed to your clients.
As such, when creating an identity for your freelance business, care must be taken to create a logo and brand that portray your unique business mission. While all elements of your business’s design must be chosen with care, few are more important than the colors you use. Here are six tips for choosing the best colors for your business’ identity.
You’d think I’m crazy right?
Many of us have a specialty we provide for our clients and that’s the full extent of our business.
Others might sell paid products like e-books or teach classes, but for the most part a freelancer’s income is directly impacted by the amount of work they output.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
Making more money doesn’t have to mean taking on extra work, or figuring out how you’re going to manage an entire month on four hours of sleep.
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