If you’re a freelancer who works at home full time or most of the time, give yourself a pat on the back. You’re doing the planet a great service. By working at home you’re reducing the use of fuels and limiting the amount of pollution generated by modern means of transportation.
However, there is still a lot more you can do to help protect the environment. In this post, we’ll show you ten ways to make your home office more environmentally friendly and an even better place to work.
Let’s start by reviewing the three Rs of eco-friendliness.
Recently I read an article stating that the self-employed are happier than other folks. Was the article right? Does self-employment equal happiness?
If you are new to freelancing, you may not be able to answer that question. However, if you’ve been freelancing for a year or more, then you probably already have a pretty good idea of whether or not you are cut out for freelancing.
I can think of a lot of good reasons why freelancers might be happier than other people.
If you’re trying to live the freelance dream, chances are that you answered “yes” to the previous question, or are at least thinking about it.
The old stereotype of the freelancer who works alone in his or her home office is changing. The image is being replaced by a newer, more mobile freelancer.
In this post we examine the growing trend of “freelancing on the go” and the essential tools that make it possible. Read on to find out just how easy it is to become a mobile freelancer.
Posted November 2, 2009 in Lifestyle
Trust me on this one. I have seen people who were very successful in their day job, but ended up having to stop freelancing simply because they couldn’t handle it.
Deadlines, time management, clients… These are just a few of the things that can drive a freelancer crazy at times and leave him or her wishing for a day job. However, most freelancers learn with experience that there are ways to handle all of this without it being too stressful or overwhelming.
Before we delve into how to get the most from your freelance dream, let’s take a look at some of the good and bad parts of freelancing.
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