Working freelance is incredible for so many reasons, but freelancers can suffer from dips in their motivation just as much as your typical employees can.
If (like me) you’ve ever worked an office job before, you’ll put your hand up and admit that there were a couple of days where you just found it really hard to motivate yourself.
It’s very easy to beat yourself up about this, to bully yourself when you procrastinate or eek out that deadline.
But that’s not helpful.
So here are some helpful things you can do to rejuvenate yourself and get back into the swing of things:
It’s tought being a freelance writer.
Until you’ve built up a client portfolio, chances are you’re scouring the web looking for opportunities to write – and get paid for it.
To make your life a bit easier, we’ve rounded up 7 websites for you to add to your bookmarks right now.
Freelance is awesome. You get to set your own hours, play by your own rules and (hopefully) spend your time doing something you love doing.
But there’s also a downside to working freelance.
And that’s if you’re not working, you’re not earning.
But how do you get good, regular gigs?
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