Freelancing is a mixed bag of blessings and challenges. One day, everything is hunky dory where you love what you do. The next day, it all feels just a bit… too much.
It’s a brand new year. An ideal opportunity to set new goals and plan ahead for exciting new projects.
I’m writing this post in March, so I think we can safely assume that I’m not going to fall into the make-then-break-the-New-Year-resolution trap. Yet it’s early enough in the year to still be okay(‘ish) to take stock of what did
As the proactive, freelance go-getter that you are, chances are like me, you have a love of learning new skills .
When you started your freelance career doing something you love, you set out with a vision. What’s it like now?
“Life sometimes gets so bogged down in the details, you forget you are living it…
Analysis paralysis. It happens to the best of us. It’s when you find yourself second guessing *everything* you do?
One of the things you realise when you move from working in an offic, to working from home is that it can be a lonely life.
Ever had one of those days, or weeks, when you struggled to get started? Everywhere you turned you faced a blank page?
Is self-doubt holding you back? Worried others are just so much more better than you?