While freelancing provides freelancers with flexible work hours, no commute time, and the freedom to choose the projects and clients that they want, it’s not all easy all the time. Feeling lonely, working too many hours, or struggling with finding consistent work and support are commonly experienced by freelancers, and these circumstances can sometimes even result in mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. Read our blog through the link in bio to find out how to avoid falling down this path and how to start taking care of your mental health as a freelancer today.
Freelancing has a lot of perks, and one of the best perks is the fact that one can work alongside enjoying a vacation. Thanks to remote working, being able to set your own time schedules, and deadlines, freelancing has allowed for a proper work life balance. Here are some tips on how to enjoy your summer vacation whilst making money!
In the years past, those who didn’t go to college were often relegated to menial jobs while the graduates enjoyed white collar positions. But in recent times, the relevance of a college education has been called to question, as more alternative ways of gaining skills (aka the internet) have gotten the limelight.
As the number of refugees continues to increase around the world, it is becoming more and more important to introduce initiatives and work models that can help them lead a better life. Freelancing, specifically, can be a viable option that can help refugees gain stability and an income without the amount of resources and background that companies often require.
Freelancing has evolved over the years from a word used to describe a “medieval mercenary warrior” or “free-lance”, in the late 1700s, to a word used to describe a ‘one person company’. Nowadays over millions of people freelance, in almost any field; through simplified and easy means, thanks to the internet and technological advancements.